October 29, 2015

#KJETALLBLACK: KJet’s Kick for Cure Kids to take place tomorrow (Friday, October 30) in Queenstown

KJet kicked off its Kick for Cure Kids campaign yesterday (Wednesday) in perfect weather in Queenstown. Local rugby star Regan Pearce drives one through the makeshift posts set up on Lake Wakatipu. Tomorrow (Friday October 30) at Marine Parade by the main town pier, KJet will invite people to kick rugby balls over the goal post and into the lake as part of Rugby World Cup final excitement. Participants pay a gold coin to kick the ball and all money raised will go to Cure Kids. Local businesses have donated prizes to support the cause.

Regan Pearce is in all black, while Queenstown Aussie Blake Seymour wears green and gold.


Where: Marine Parade by the main town pier

When: Friday, October 30, 12-3pm

Cost: Gold coin donation.

For more information, please contact:

Ginny Goding, KJet Sales and Marketing Manager: ginny@kjet.co.nz, (03) 409 0049

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