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Mon, 10 Jun 2013 15:45
Show your Human Spirit by supporting the Boks
The Absa BokTowns, the happening places for fans, are back for the 2013 Springbok International season.
They will again be in operation at Montecasino (Johannesburg), Barnyard Theatres in Cape Town and Pretoria, as well as the Silverstar casino (Krugersdorp).
rugby365's loyal readers have the chance to win tickets, hampers and even a Bok jersey.
In order to win tickets to watch live coverage of the Springboks playing in the four-nations series - which also features Italy, Scotland and Samoa - at your nearest BokTown with a friends or family member, just answer an easy question.
These prizes come to you courtesy of Absa, official team sponsor of the Springboks - who don't only sponsor rugby, they sponsor the Human Spirit.
The Human Spirit means different things to different people - its about Passion, Pride and Celebration - and this weekend you can show your pride and passion at a BokTown near you!
What a great way to show your Human Spirit by supporting the Boks as they take on Scotland in Nelspruit on Saturday.
The following are up for grabs!
Barnyard Theatre, Willowbridge, Cape Town: 10 Double tickets, with five of those winners each also winning an Absa hamper and one winner getting a Bok jersey with his two tickets.
Silverstar Casino, Krugersdorp: Four double tickets.
Barnyard Theatre, Garsfontein Rd and Netcare Street, Moreleta Park, Pretoria: Four double tickets.
Montecasino, Fourways, Sandton, Johannesburg: Two double tickets for Montecasino.
Question: What does Absa sponsor?
Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org, with entries needing to provide the following details:
- Full name
- Contact number
- Email address
- Which BokTown venue you would like to attend
* One completed entry per person only.
* The winners will be contacted by Absa
* The prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.
* The judges' decision is final and NO correspondence will be entered into.
* Closing date for entries is Thursday, June 13!
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