Big Day Out

NZ Rugby World - - Man Of The People -


KFC have been run­ning a One-on-One cam­paign this year to pro­vide fans with the chance to en­joy money can’t buy experiences with their favourite team and play­ers.

To do that, KFC has do­nated the time it has bought with the player through its spon­sor­ship to fans across the coun­try who have been asked to sub­mit ideas about what they would do with it.

Some of the re­sults have al­ready been seen on TV ad­verts that ran in the first half of the Su­per Rugby sea­son – where Jef­fery Toomaga-Allen gave one lucky fan a hair­cut, Akira Ioane was of­fice boy for the day and Waisake Na­holo showed his net­ball skills.

In the next round, Joe Moody and other play­ers from the Cru­saders were sent to a lo­cal kin­der­garten to com­plete a work­ing bee – the pic­tures from which can be seen here. And Moody spoke with NZ

Rugby World as part of the KFC One-on-One pro­mo­tion.

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