Make sure you get your free ticket

2015-07-29 06:00

TOYOTA SOUTH AFRICA is very proud of their association with the Toyota Free State Cheetahs and look forward to an exciting Absa Currie Cup season.

To show their ongoing support to the Toyota Free State Cheetahs and Cheetah supporters, Toyota South Africa has bought the rights to distribute all available tickets for the clash between the Toyota Free State Cheetahs and the Blue Bulls on Saturday, 8 August, at the Free State Stadium.

Toyota’s gift to you is free tickets to this epic match.

For the first time ever Toyota South Africa will also be hosting Toyota Day in the Free State Stadium.

This will entail the Yaris Extreme drives on the Yaris Extreme course and heaps of fun for the whole family.

This coincides with the 120-year celebration of the existence of Free State Rugby, giving you the opportunity to rub shoulders with current and legendary Free State and Cheetahs players.

Show your support by collec-ting your free tickets now at one of the designated collection points. Although the tickets are free, you still need a physical ticket to gain access to the stadium on match day. So make sure you collect yours at one of the following points: Ticket Office, Free State Stadium; Oranje Toyota Bloemfontein; all Toyota dealerships in the Free State; and Kloppers at the Loch Logan Waterfront in Bloemfontein

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