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We’re all for the All Blacks at Z

We’re all for the All Blacks at Z

Z is giving $20,000 worth of gear away to local junior rugby clubs, intermediate and primary schools to show support for New Zealand’s future kids in black.

Z’s General Manager Marketing, Jane Anthony, said that Z is excited about its partnership with the All Blacks to give a boost to a few lucky junior rugby clubs and primary/intermediate schools.

“We’re thrilled to be an official All Blacks partner during this massive rugby year and to be able to use this partnership to support grassroots children’s rugby.

“All Blacks are made on school fields and club grounds around New Zealand.

“So to show support for our future kids in black, we’re giving $20,000 worth of gear away to local junior rugby clubs and intermediate/primary schools,” said Jane.

All customers have to do to participate is head in to their local Z, spend $20 or more (on non-tobacco purchases), get a unique code and cast their vote online by 4 October 2015.

For every vote, customers will also get a free vote to pass on to a mate, to maximise the chances of their chosen club/school winning.

Jane said that one winner and two runners up will be randomly drawn from all eligible entries on Friday 9 October 2015.

“We have some pretty awesome prizes up for grabs.

“Not only does the winner get a $10,000 prize of rugby equipment, the winning club/school’s coaches will also get a high-powered coaching session from an NZR approved rugby coach, so they can coach their own teams to greatness!” said Jane.

There are also two prizes of $5,000 worth of rugby equipment for the second and third placed club/school.

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