Brighter Sponsoring the Royal Adelaide Show
The Royal Adelaide Show – attended by one-third of people in South Australia – is an iconic event that’s been well-loved by many generations. The Show brings the best of the country to the city, educating city families on the important role agriculture plays in SA. This year the show runs from the 30th of August to the 8th of September.
Apart from the thrill of rides like the infamous Freak Out and the excitement of the many dazzling showbags, the show is an opportunity for farmers to showcase their livestock.
This year, Brighter is a proud sponsor of the Grand Parade, which will see champion livestock paraded on the Main Arena by their owners or handlers. This is a chance for everyone to see the work that goes into rearing animals. School Students will also parade the steers they have reared and prepared for the schools’ Led Steer Competition.
Brighter’s sponsorship of such an important event highlights the natural gas industry’s partnership with and support for regional communities and Australian agriculture.
For more info and tickets visit the Show website at: theshow.com.auExplore
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