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Stor-Age Old Boys Tens - Win R50k Hamper

We are delighted to announce that Stor-Age is the title sponsor of the Stor-Age Old Boys Tens, set to kick off Friday 4 November 2016 at Pirates Rugby Club in Johannesburg. The event uses funds raised for the transformation and development of educational opportunities throughout South Africa. The Stor-Age Old Boys Tens aim is to align synergies among Old Boys Associations of South Africa’s schools through the game of 10s rugby by creating an annual sentimental and nostalgic event that most Old Boys can identify with. Stor-Age is proud to be associated with such a prestigious event.

As part of our sponsorship with Old Boys Tens and because we know you love great deals, we have a great competition on our Facebook page for you to win a prize hamper valued at R50k. The prize includes Guvon Hotels & Spas stay for two, Polar sunglass hamper, a year's supply of Elite Energy Drink, FutureLife Smart Food hamper, a year's free storage from Stor-Age, 10gigs of data each month for a year from Afrihost, a year's supply of Castle Lager and a FLYA Sportswear voucher valued at R4,000! Check out the Stor-Age Facebook page for more details.

So what can you expect this year? "The Stor-Age Old Boys Tens enters its 3rd edition this November and promises to be bigger and better than ever before! Having experienced exponential year on year growth, the OBX will now be played over 2 days and will feature over 25 rugby teams, 600 players, and over 60 rugby games! Come down to Pirates Rugby Club on Friday the 4th & Saturday the 5th to experience some of South Africa's Old Rugby Rivalries being renewed in a weekend filled with #oldschoolrugby #oldschoolspirit. Live entertainment, music, beer garden, food stalls and a kids play area will be present at Jozi's most premium 10s rugby festival."

Ticket are available from Webtickets and are priced as per below:
  • Friday @ R40
  • Saturday @ R60
  • Festival pass for both days @ R80
  • After party @ R40

Posted by Stor-Age Self Storage - 04 November 2016 | News And Events