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Win a Renegades prize package thanks to the FireReady campaign.

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06 Dec 2012
Your club could win a prize package for the best seats on the ground at Etihad Stadium to see the Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat game in the KFC T20 Big Bash, on Saturday, 22 December.

Over the summer of 2012/2013 the CFA & MFB have joined forces with Cricket Victoria and the Renegades Cricket Team to help promote our Fire Ready messages to the community of Victoria. 

The prize includes:

 

  • Sideline Station tickets for 15 people (on the ground) including food and beverages.
  • Return bus transport from your cricket club to Etihad Stadium.

To enter:

Step 1

Produce a one to two minute video showing how you or your team mates are getting prepared for this year’s fire season.

Just make sure a person in the video says “I am getting FireReady.”

Being FireReady means:

  • Packing a relocation kit with important documents, photos, medications, money and clothes – to help you get away quickly.
  •  Downloading the FireReady smartphone app so you can check fire warnings at any time wherever you are.
  • Talking to those you live with about your plans (where you will go and when) so you all know what to do if a fire starts.
  • Checking Fire Danger Ratings on the CFA website.

You could use these FireReady ideas, or come up with one of your own.

Step 2

Submit the video, with your phone number and cricket club name to cfaevents@cfa.vic.gov.au 

  • Entry is only open to members of registered Victorian cricket clubs .
  • Video participants must be over the age of 18 years.
  • Full terms and conditions available www.bit.ly/cfacomp

ENTRIES CLOSE 9 DEC 2012

Terms and Conditions:

  • Entry is only open to members of registered Victorian cricket clubs .
  • Video participants must be over the age of 18 years.
  • Full terms and conditions available www.bit.ly/cfacomp

 

 

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