Big Day Out
SUPER RUGBY SPONSOR
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.