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Rugby club builds 7s team base

Arin Kumar
Monday, January 28, 2013

THE sponsors of the national sevens side have introduced a new experience for their customers to build up support for the Fiji 7s team.

Digicel Fiji has started Rugby Club, a service that provides members the opportunity to participate in exclusive promotions.

A statement from Digicel said members of the club also get regular updates on the activities of the Digicel Fiji 7s team before and during the various tournaments of the HSBC Sevens World Series.

Digicel Fiji head of marketing Sheryl Singh said membership in the rugby club was free and customers could join by texting 'Go Fiji Go' to 7770.

"To further enhance our customers' experience with the rugby club, we are providing our rugby club members an exciting opportunity to win a trip for two to watch the Wellington 7s," she said.

She said the package included airfare, accommodation and game tickets and lucky person to win the trip was Anasa Rauqe.

"Winning a trip to watch the Digicel Fiji 7s team play is no doubt a dream come true for any rugby fan in Fiji.

She said ther exciting giveaways that were still up for grabs were signed Digicel Fiji 7s rugby jersey, mobile phones, top up cards, cash and rugby balls to name a few.

Singh said membership with in the club was an excellent way for avid rugby fans to show their support.





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