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The Raiders Major Sponsor Huawei are giving fans who attend Raiders home matches at GIO Stadium this season the chance to sit in the best seat in the house, with the new Huawei Legends Lounge competition.

Each home game, nine lucky patrons will have the chance to sit in the comfort of the Huawei Raiders Lounge in Bay 73 at Canberra Stadium, where they will receive free food and soft drinks thanks to Huawei.

Every week the lucky winners will also receive a special visit from a Legend, with Canberra golfing star and Raiders membership Ambassador Brendan Jones on hand this weekend to come and say hello to the winners.

All you have to do to go into the running for a seat on the Huawei Legends Lounge this weekend is pick up a Huawei fan speaker when you get to the ground on Sunday and show it to the camera when ground announcer Cam Sullings asks you too, it’s that easy!

Raiders Captain Terry Campese said the team is excited about the first home game of the season and thanked Huawei for giving fans the opportunity to see the game in style.

“We had a great win on the road against the Knights last weekend and we can’t wait to run out onto GIO Stadium on Sunday and play in front of our home members and fans,” Campese said. “Huawei have come to the party by providing an awesome prize each week with the Huawei Legends lounge, so grab your Huawei fan speaker this weekend and you could be enjoying the game in comfort.”

“The Raiders have had a fantastic start to the season and have really given the fans something to cheer about,” said Huawei Sponsorships Manager Lisa Connors. “Huawei wants to give the fans the chance to cheer on the team from the comfort of the Huawei Legends lounge. We hope all the Raiders fans grab a fan speaker on their way in and cheer on the team for their chance to win!”

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.