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By HSBC Waratahs Media Unit
Get down to Coogee Beach on Saturday November 24 and meet the new generation of HSBC Waratahs players, together with coach Michael Cheika and the ever-popular Tah Man.
As well as the chance to meet the players, rugby fans will be able to pick up a special deal on HSBC Waratahs merchandise and get it signed by the players themselves for that perfect Christmas gift!
PLUS Sign up as a 2013 member on the day to go into the draw to win two nights' accomodation at a Medina hotel of your choice.
Date - Saturday, November 24, 2012
Time – 10.30am – 12.30pm
Venue – Goldstein Reserve, Coogee Beach (northern end), Coogee
Attractions – meet the team, player signing session, Tah Man, HSBC Waratahs merchandise kiosk and special event discounts of up to 40% (show your membership card for an additional 10% off), HSBC Waratahs membership marquee.
Photo: Berrick Barnes at a signing session earlier this year.
MEMBERSHIP OFFER: Available on the day and until November 27 ONLY.
Our 9 Game Membership package includes a guaranteed seat to the 2013 Lions Tour match on June 15 and all the Super Rugby action.
Member bonus #1: Buy any HSBC Waratahs membership before November 21 and get priority purchase on 2013 Lions Test match tickets.
With 2 Game Membership packages starting at just $38, act today to avoid disappointment and guarantee your place at the front of the queue for this historic match.
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE....
Member bonus #2! Become a member and watch the trial match against Dan Carter and the Crusaders for FREE
Member bonus #3! Meet the team at our exclusive members’ only Season Launch on February 20, 2013
All HSBC Waratahs members will receive an exclusive member pre-sale window to purchase tickets to The Lions Tour and The Lions Test matches and will be contacted via email with details on how to purchase.
Click here to purchase a 2013 Membership
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