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The Steggles caravan joins in Aussie Open fun


Federation Square - 19th, 20th and 21st January

Event information

Steggles, proud broadcast sponsors of the Australian Open, will be making its way to Melbourne this weekend to celebrate all things summer and healthy living, and to launch the brand new Steggles Caravan.

The Steggles Caravan, a converted Australian 1970's classic, will be at Federation Square for three days with activities including totem tennis competitions.

The team from Sunrise will be broadcasting live from the caravan on Saturday morning from 7am. Visitors can also try out some of the new Steggles Turkey Shortcuts range, relax, and take a break from the sun in the shaded seating area.

The Steggles team will also be on hand giving away sun visors and other fun stuff, with gold coin donations going to the Steggles Charity Nest.

Entry is free so come down and join in the spirit of the Aussie Open with the Steggles team!

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Saturday 19th, Sunday 20th and Monday 21st January
Time: Saturday 19th from 7am, Sunday 20th from 10am and Monday 21st from 10am
Location: Federation Square, Melbourne
Cost: FREE

For more information or images, please contact:

Sam Pearson
Access PR
T: (02) 9292 7005
E: sam@accesspr.com.au

Rachel Price
Access PR
T: (02) 9292 7008
E: rachel@accesspr.com.au

About Steggles
Launched in 1919, Steggles is an iconic Australian brand and one of the most progressive in the poultry industry. Steggles is renowned for quality and innovation. All Steggles chickens are raised in large barns, grain fed and 100% free from any added hormones or steroids. Steggles employs 4000 Australians and has a proud reputation for upholding traditional, family values. Steggles is also actively committed to supporting a number of Australian children's charities including Children's Cancer Institute Australia, Lifestart, Royal Children's Hospital Brisbane and Save Our Sons.
www.steggles.com.au


All Steggles chickens are raised in large barns, and free of any added hormones.
Steggles Nov 18, 2017
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