Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night

Celebrate Robbie Farah’s Testimonial Night
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Mon 10 Feb 2020, 06:11 PM

Celebrate one of the finest players ever to feature for Wests Tigers with Life Member Robbie Farah’s Testimonial Night, presented by leading sporting events company Two4Seven.

With an illustrious 17-year career in the NRL, Farah famously retired in September 2019. Starting and ending with his beloved Wests Tigers, the highest try-scoring hooker of all time and forever fan-favourite has not only exemplified what it means to be a Wests Tiger, but also represented the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Australia, Lebanon and the NSW Blues with great honour and excellence over the years.

Now it’s time to get together and celebrate, as we look back at his great contribution to Australian sport and commemorate the unwavering passion, commitment, creativity and competitive spirit he brought to the field on every occasion.

Hosted by rugby league icon Phil Gould, the event will see a panel of former coaches and teammates, speed painted Brad Blaze and magician Marcus Luc entertain the crowd from start to finish in a night to remember.

All tickets include a three-course meal, as well as fully catered beer and wine.

Please see below for all event details and seating packages, with a special discounted rate available upon enquiry for 2020 Wests Tigers Members.

To purchase, email jai@two4seven.com.au or call 0400 003 001.

EVENT DETAILS
Date — Friday, March 6, 2020

Time — 6:00pm AEDT

Venue — Le Montage, Lilyfield, NSW

Dress — Lounge/Suit

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TICKET PACKAGES
Major (Table of 10) — $7,500
Robbie Farah to sit with major sponsor on the night
Guest appearance by Robbie Farah at one of the major sponsors events
Signed exclusive memorabilia piece
5 x Bottles of Chivas and/or Mumm Champagne
Branded assets on big screen throughout the night
Full page advertisement in events booklet
Only partnered logo on official media wall
Mentioned throughout evening
Premium seating
Gold (Table of 10) — $5,000
Signed Robbie Farah memorabilia piece
5 x Bottles of Chivas and/or Mumm Champagne
Branded assets on big screen
Mentioned throughout evening
Half page advertisement in events booklet
Premium seating

Jeez this will likely cost us another salary cap hit.

The Dress description confuses me, my lounge suit is sitting around in a pair of undies, but not sure anyone wants to see me in public wearing that, particularly if food is being served

I know a painter that’s heaps better than Brad Blaze…

Is this to raise money for a cause???

Are these guys not rich enough?

“hosted by Phil Gould”

pocket money for him

@Geo said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

I know a painter that’s heaps better than Brad Blaze…

More haste , less speed …

Oh … and I don’t cross the river !

@Spartan117 said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

Is this to raise money for a cause???

Are these guys not rich enough?

They wouldn’t give him a testimonial game … unlike someone else we wont mention who got one… and is still playing 2 years later.

@Spartan117 said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

Is this to raise money for a cause???

Are these guys not rich enough?

Of course its for a cause - The Robbie Farah Super Bowl/FA Cup Final Fund.

Fan of Robbie but this seems tacky. I dont know why. Maybe its the norm.

Call Jai Ayoub & voice complaints

Pretty standard to have a testimonial dinner for long serving players when they retire - went to Wayne Pearce’s one back in the day. Acknowledgement of their career, and service to the club.

@Telltails said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

Pretty standard to have a testimonial dinner for long serving players when they retire - went to Wayne Pearce’s one back in the day. Acknowledgement of their career, and service to the club.

It’s that it’s being organised by his own company that’s the tacky part.

Need to see the menu

@hammertime said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

@Telltails said in Celebrate Robbie Farah's Testimonial Night:

Pretty standard to have a testimonial dinner for long serving players when they retire - went to Wayne Pearce’s one back in the day. Acknowledgement of their career, and service to the club.

It’s that it’s being organised by his own company that’s the tacky part.

I tend to agree with this…it looks like Farah has asked the club if he could do a night celebrating him, and get his company to do it…

I doubt highly it was like that…but it doesn’t seem to sit right.

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