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NRL Auckland Nines 2015 Corporate Hospitality

NRL Auckland Nines 2015 Corporate Hospitality



Corporate hospitality for New Zealand’s premiere sporting event is selling fast.

With 70% of corporate packages already sold, we urge you to move quickly so you can host your own clients at this prestigious event.

At the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines, you will experience all 16 x NRL clubs competing in nine per side, nine minute half games for their share of $2.6 million dollars in prize money.

Packed full of stars, the games are shorter, the gaps are wider and the action is faster!

• All 16 NRL Clubs together in Auckland for one knock-out tournament

• 9 per side, 9 minute halves

• 288 star players

• 31 action packed games over one weekend

• 90,000 + colourful fans over two days

• Star players guaranteed

• $2.6 million dollars in prize money

Winner of the World’s Best Home Grown Event at the prestigious World SportsBusiness Awards in its inaugural year, the NRL Auckland Nines is the most colourful and entertaining sporting weekend you could attend with your clients.

For details on package options visit:

For corporate hospitality enquiries and bookings, contact Donna Churton; call + 64 9 309-2400 or + 64 27 545-5353.


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