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Argent Motor Lodge giving away Chiefs Rugby Jersey

Argent Motor Lodge giving away Chiefs Rugby Jersey.

To celebrate the start of another exciting Super 15 Rugby season the award-winning Hamilton motel, Argent Motor Lodge, are giving away a valuable Chiefs rugby jersey on their Facebook page.

Hamilton’s Argent Motor Lodge offers contemporary luxury-style apartment-styled accommodation based in the heart of Hamilton, and is the only choice of accommodation for anyone watching the Chiefs play at the Waikato Stadium.

“We always love supporting the Chiefs rugby team and we hope that with giving away this jersey, it will help someone else to be a part of the wonderful Chiefs supporters community,” says Clare,

You can enter the competition by visiting the Argent Motor Lodge Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/argentmotorlodge/app_224414684399305

“Giving away this jersey provided us with an excellent opportunity, in a small way, to give back to the local community,” adds Clare.

Argent Motor Lodge has a history with supporting the local community and the Chiefs team. “Last year Argent Motor Lodge gave away Chiefs home game rugby tickets to deserving families,” adds Clare.

With the state of the art design, and fashionable feel Argent Motor Lodge is a great place for corporate travellers or for anyone looking for top quality accommodation at a great value price.

Each room at Argent Motor Lodge is equipped with Sky TV, Wifi/Broadband, and a kitchen to cater for everyone’s needs. There are also a wide range of activities close to Argent Motor Lodge, including Waikato Stadium for The Chiefs home games.

Award-winning Argent Motor Lodge offers prime accommodation only minutes away from the Waikato and Braemar Hospitals.


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