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A Day to Remember

The Day to Remember scheme gives businesses the opportunity to play a part in RLWC2013 at a local level.

It offers some great PR opportunities as well as brand awareness linked to the tournament.

Leeds is proud to be hosting our adopted team and current World Champions New Zealand in their game against southern hemisphere rivals, Papua New Guinea on Friday 8 November; and the first Quarter Final game on Friday 15 November, both high profile matches, fiercely contested and action-packed!

Simply support one or both the games in Leeds with £500 or more, and your support will allow local people to attend the game(s) and have a Day to Remember.

All of the money that you donate will be converted into tickets for local groups, who will be nominated by the hosts, these are people who would not normally be able to attend the game. It could be a nominated charity, a local school, community organisation or families from deprived areas.

Provide support of £500 - £3,000 and your company will benefit from:
• Company logo in the match day programme
• Logo and link on the official RLWC2013 website
• Exclusive corporate gift to be presented on the pitch at the game, with photo opportunity
• Up to five staff can attend the game to support the Day to Remember scheme

Provide support of more than £3,000 and your company will benefit from:
• Company logo in the match day programme
• Logo and link on the official RLWC20123 website
• Exclusive corporate gift and signed RLWC2013 rugby ball to be presented on the pitch at the game, with photo opportunity and PA announcement
• Up to ten staff can attend the game to support the Day to Remember scheme

For more information on how your company can be part of A Day to Remember please email Lee Arnell - lee.arnell@leeds.gov.uk or following the link to the right

 

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