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Proud Sponsor of The Big Easy

This year Ray White is a proud sponsor of The Big Easy.

For the first time ever, Ray White has joined forces with The Big Easy as an Official Sponsor for 2020. What that means for the public is that The Big Easy is able to offer more value, more pre-race prizes and a fantastic on-site experience.

Ray White Hawkes Bay, traditionally has never been involved in this type of sponsorship. Our focus has always been on supporting our primary national sponsor the Ronald McDonald House Charities New Zealand. However, we feel more than ever the importance of getting involved at a local community level and the synergy between our brands is unparalleled.

For the 2020 Big Easy, they have a NEW ROUTE that starts and ends at Church Road Winery in Taradale. Riding out from the starting point at Church Road Winery, you’ll head out along Church Road and through Taradale to the Hawke’s Bay Trails at Pettigrew Green Arena. After enjoying approximately 37km of tasty stops, you will finish back at Church Road Winery for the finale party and concert which starts at 1.30 pm. If you take longer that’s OK – it means you are enjoying all the distractions along the way!

This year we are giving away a beautiful Ray White vintage bike for adults and kids bike which are completely unique. We also have 2 sets of 4 tickets each to give away. At the event, you can expect to see a Ray White activation at the finish line and our licensed salespeople will be on-site collecting money for our chosen charity, Ronald McDonald House Charities New Zealand. If you’d like to enter the competition to win these great prizes, make sure to keep an eye out on our Facebook and Instagram page for all the details which will be released next week.

This is a fantastic, fun day out for both the adults and the kids. Be sure to get your tickets online and join in on all the fun.

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