Austbrokers Canberra pledge $17,500 cash giveaway to kickoff ‘Members Appreciation’ round
Canberra Raiders Membership Sponsor, Austbrokers Canberra, today have confirmed they will give away $17,500 at the last home game of the season this Saturday during the half-time interval. The Raiders surpassed 20,000 members for the first time in season 2018 and it's through the direct support of Austbrokers Canberra over the last few seasons that this was an achievable goal for the club.
Each week for the first 10 home matches of the season there was $100,000 up for grabs at the game, with the highlight coming in round 14 against the Panthers when Raiders member Josh picked up $50,000 at halftime! So far in 2018 Austbrokers Canberra have given away $82,500 at Raiders home games as part of their Member Spin and Win and Halftime Cash giveaway promotions, and have decided to bump that figure up to $100,000 in total for the season at the last home game.
At Saturday's match, 200 Austbrokers Canberra branded Raiders T-Shirts will be distributed into the crowd pre-game with five lucky attendees being randomly selected to come onto the field at halftime to share in the $17,500 up for grabs! NB: Members and fans who have already secured an Austbrokers Canberra branded Raiders T-Shirts throughout the season, from the 1000 that have already been distributed, are encouraged to wear these shirts to the game also as all people wearing these shirts have the chance to be selected for halftime.
In a sign that the Raiders 'Membership Partnership' has been mutually beneficial for both Club and Sponsor, Austbrokers Canberra has just undergone a major rebrand with their expanding business to be known going forward as Austbrokers International.
Watch the video above, featuring Ricky Stuart, to find out more about Austbrokers International.
As per other activations this season, if a member wins on the day they will receive the full amount of money, while non-members will receive half of what has been won with the other half donated to match day charity Menslink.