Recent news about Nelson and RWC 2011
[from Rugby New Zealand 2011 Ltd]
[From Rugby New Zealand 2011 Ltd]
November update for Nelson RWC 2011
Group steers way for community involvement in RWC 2011
An eight-member steering group has been appointed by Nelson City Council to engage community and business involvement in Rugby World Cup 2011. The Nelson RWC 2011 Steering Group members are:
Rugby World Cup project manager appointed
The Council has appointed Simon Bruce-Miller to the role of Project Manager - Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2011. He begins his full-time role on 14 September, joining the team of staff responsible for the planning and delivery of Nelson's successful bid to host RWC 2011.
Nelson City Council has appointed Simon Bruce-Miller to the role of Project Manager - Rugby World Cup 2011. He begins his full-time role on 14 September, joining the team of staff responsible for the planning and delivery of Nelson's successful bid to host RWC 2011.
A steering group was established yesterday to coordinate regional activities for Rugby World Cup 2011, New Zealand.
Preparations begin this week to replace Trafalgar Park's turf with a sustainable, user friendly material to enhance drainage: recycled glass made into sand-like particles.
Nelson City Council’s proposal to host Rugby World Cup games, a team, a festival of rugby, and live site is expected to be rewarded with millions flowing into the region during the event according to a newly-released economic impact assessment (EIA). Huge long-term benefits from the city’s association with the RWC are also projected, especially from regional exposure on the global media stage and marketing efforts to both domestic and international tourists and visitors.
Nelson and Tasman are going to host to two matches in September 2011 for the Rugby World Cup, as announced today by Rugby New Zealand 2011 Ltd (RNZ).