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// Carlsberg Lounge Hospitality v London Broncos

Wigan Staff

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Come along and welcome Warriors new coach, Ian Millard in his first game at the JJB Stadium and see the work he has done in his first two weeks at the club when we entertain London Broncos on Friday June 3rd 2005.

There is currently limited availability for our superb Carlsberg Lounge hospitality packages at just £60 + VAT per head for this game. The full details of the package can be viewed by downloading the attached PDF file

The lounge is now hosted by Jeff Brown (famed for the Buy One Get One FREE Safestyle UK advert on TV) who made his debut v Huddersfield Giants recently and went down an absolute storm with the guests in the lounge so book now and come and enjoy the fun.

We also have limited availability in this and other lounges for other remaining games before the end of the season.

These can be booked by calling Louise on 01942 770436 or Geoff on 01942 770474.

Click Here to view the hospitality brochure.

(NB when the PDF was prepared the lounge was sponsored by Fosters and we have now changed brewery to Carlsberg however the contents of the package remain the same).

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