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Peter gives a toss

29 Jun 2010

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It is well known that people act strangely when it comes to footy.

But Peter Kelly has gone over the top this time!

He’s spent a small fortune for the privilege of tossing the coin to the start the Cats versus Hawks game at the MCG on July 10.

Peter bid for the "very expensive” package at a Geelong fundraising dinner on June 26.

But he is adamant that getting his business’s message on the back of the team “run through” banner as well as super screen advertising in front of 70,000 fans is great value.

The package also includes the opportunity to meet both captains, view the warm up and nominate a mascot to run out with the team.

Sorry Peter, it says here that the mascot has to be aged between 6 and 14.  I guess you could try shaving off the moustache!

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