WithPeople attending can look forward to great prize giveaways and the 20 best dressed fans will win tickets to the tournament and stand in line to win DHL’s amazing prize of Rugby World Cup 2011 final tickets.
Spectators attending the Emirates Airline SA Sevens Tournament can support their favorite team in true DHL spirit, as DHL brings exhilarating entertainment, with DHL Hot Trax dancers on field, creating the perfect rugby atmosphere. The leading logistics company will be on the lookout for the most creative fan outfits including DHL red and yellow colours. These fans will be asked to join in the Super Fan Parade taking place in the stadium on Saturday 11 December 2010, where one lucky winner will be announced and receive double tickets to the Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand. The winner will be interviewed live from the stadium on local radio station, Eden FM.
So, be sure not miss out on any of the action DHL is offering, starting with the DHL Sevens Super Fan Party at Zanzibar from 17h00-19h00 on 9 December and the Super Fan Parade at the Outeniqua Park stadium by coming all dressed up on 10 and 11 December 2010. Rugby enthusiasts can look forward to a host of great prize -aways, hot entertainment and music that will keep your spirit going for the duration of the tournament, all proudly brought to you by DHL.
Let the countdown begin to the ultimate fan experience!
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