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Rotorua Charities Fun'raiser

Rotorua Charities Fun'raiser

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When:

  • Fri 17 Nov, 12:30pm – 4:00pm

Where:

Energy Events Centre, Queens Dr, Rotorua Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: $120.00

The 2017 Rotorua Charities Fun'raiser at the Energy Event Centre is to support 8 very worthy local community organisations including Diabetes NZ, Childrens Art House, Parkinsons Central Plateau, Kiwi Can, Empowered Learning Trust, Kimiora Community Trust, Rotorua Mountain Bike Club, and Citizens Advice Bureau.

The event features an MC (Clint Brown) & guest speaker (Eric Rush), along with Auctioneer Grant Child who will lead the live auction section featuring some great items and experiences including two tickets & accommodation to the Alanis Morissette concert in Taupo, a Forsyth Barr Commentary Box pass for two watching a Super Rugby game with airfares and accommodation included, sporting memorabilia including signed All Blacks jerseys, signed Golf Major flags, framed and signed boxing gloves from Floyd Mayweather & Conor Mcgregor following their recent fight, and Pak 'n' Save Rotorua gift cards.

There are also silent auctions using an electronic bidding system where guests can bid on a wide range of items from food & wine, vouchers, art, books, and local experiences.

Enjoy a really fun afternoon with our MC, guest speaker, and other entertainment as we collectively help to raise $100,000 + to pass onto the beneficiaries named above.

The Fun'raiser starts at 12:30pm and finishes at approx. 4pm with a tasty lunch included served table buffet and bar facilities available.

MC:
Clint Brown - Sports journalist & presenter has been a household name on radio & television for 30 years and is well known for the 17 years he spent with TV3 covering a wide range of sports. Clint enjoys being MC at events and likes to help ensure guests have a great experience.

Speaker: Eric Rush - All Blacks Sevens legend who played from 1988 to 2004 when he retired having won 2 Commonwealth Games Gold medals & in 2001 the World Cup Sevens tournament. In 2005 he became assistant coach of the NZ Sevens Team. Eric is a very interesting and entertaining speaker with a great repertoire of stories.

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