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Rockfest tix for bushies

Wednesday, 24th October, 2018

Ben Finch of Elders Broken Hill (left) and Justin Hoskins of Broken Hill Motor Company are excited to be able to provide a great opportunity for local farmers. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson Ben Finch of Elders Broken Hill (left) and Justin Hoskins of Broken Hill Motor Company are excited to be able to provide a great opportunity for local farmers. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson

By Emily Ferguson

Broken Hill Motor Company, Mildura Entertainment and Elders Broken Hill have teamed up to provide an allocated area and free tickets for 100 farmers and their families for this year’s Rockfest Broken Hill. 

Randall Ragenovich of Broken Hill Motor Company, David Storer of Mildura Entertainment and Ben Finch of Elders Broken Hill felt that this would be a small way that they can assist the people and families that are struggling through a rough patch. 

“It’s our way of giving a little something back,” said Ben Finch. “We encourage people to take advantage of the opportunity. 

Ben believes an afternoon spent at Rockfest would be a good way for those who are struggling to take their mind off things for a little while.

“A bit of live music never hurt anybody.”

The trio wanted to see some farmers who are doing it tough to let their hair down and enjoy a great day out in an area of their own at Rockfest with their families.

Organisers are open to any suggestions of ideas that may help to enhance the experience for the farmers who will be attending.

Rockfest Broken Hill it is now an all- ages event due to a licence change, as it was previously an over 18s event. 

The free tickets are available to primary producers who are doing it tough, to apply contact Ben at Elders, ben.finch@elders.com.au.

It is essentially first in best dressed, so don’t wait or you just might miss out. 

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