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Turning the town red

Posted: 10am 21 May 2021

Businesses and workplaces across the region have ‘turned red’ in a show of support for the Dolphins’ NRL bid. It’s Wear Red to Work Day and all shades of crimson are on proud display.

It’s a not-so-subtle bid to influence the Australian Rugby League Commission’s decision on who will be granted the 17th NRL licence.

In our view, the Dolphins are the clear choice.

The Dolphins are #NRLready and so are we!!!

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