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Tasmanian Shitbox Rally team, 42 Degrees South Baby, are hosting a strictly no black-tie cocktail fundraiser on April Fool’s Day, to raise funds for the Cancer Council.

With ticket sales currently looking “pretty ordinary,” Brett Charlton speaks with Brian Carlton, urging the community to support this great cause, and purchase their tickets right away, in order for the event to go ahead.

Mr. Charlton offers a 20% saving to those purchasing tickets for six or more people, with the coupon code: Group42.

Taking place in the grounds of the Launceston Club, Nyllavert Gardens, offering Tasmanian craft beer, bubbles, delicious food and a cracker of a time, this event is not to be missed.

Get your tickets here.

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