The Gold Coast Titans are offering a unique opportunity to be a part of the Club’s NRL Nines campaign in Perth on 14-15 February, with a special auction to raise money for those affected by Australia’s devastating bushfires.
The Titans are offering the chance to have your name, or the name of a loved one, featured on the Gold Coast’s official Nines match jerseys to be worn during the tournament at HBF Park in Perth.
Each of the 18 playing jerseys to be worn during the Nines will carry the name of one lucky Titans fan. At the conclusion of the Nines, each jersey will then be personally signed by the Titans player who wore it during the tournament, and delivered to the winning bidder.
If you are one of the lucky bidders, the Titans will not only carry your name onto the field of battle during the Nines, but the unique, autographed jersey will be yours to keep.
This special auction is being run in conjunction with Lloyd’s Auctions, with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army’s Bushfire Disaster Appeal.
Titans Chief Executive Steve Mitchell said the Club wanted to contribute to the fund-raising effort with a unique opportunity for Titans fans.
“It was not that long ago that the Titans were supporting communities affected by bushfires in the Gold Coast hinterland and Scenic Rim areas, so we understand the terrible toll these fires have had on these communities in NSW and Victoria, and the people that call them home,” Mitchell said.
“We are proud to be a part of the joint effort between the NRL and the clubs to deliver funds and support to those affected, and to offer this opportunity for Titans fans to grab a unique piece of Club history as a way of supporting the cause.”