Stronger Together – Join Us on Friday 09 November 2018

 

GET INVOLVED IN OUR BIGGEST CAMPAIGN EVER!

 

On Friday 09 November 2018, Soldier On is embarking on its most ambitious campaign ever and we need your help! For 24hrs only, all donations will be doubled and we are attempting to set a world record for the most arm wrestles conducted in 24hrs, all in aid of supporting veterans and families across Australia. You can do this at home, in the workplace or join the Soldier On team at one of our activation points. The important thing is to get involved, have fun and donate! Your dollar will go twice as far!

Below are details on how to participate on the day and you can download these guideline here: Stronger Together Guidelines

Soldier On will hold events at the following locations across Australia to help set the world record on Friday 09th of November:

 

Canberra – Brindabella Business Park, Garema Place, Russell Offices                                          Sydney – QVB Forecourt – 7.30am-7pm

Albury – Latchford Barracks – 10.30am-2pm                                                                                     Newcastle – Newcastle Yacht Club – 10am-4pm

Melbourne – Mezzanine Level of Southern Cross Station (near Collins St) 8am-4pm                Adelaide – Rundle Mall – 8am-4.30pm

Brisbane – Riparian Plaza – 8am-5.30pm                                                                                            Perth – Forrest Chase Mall 7.30am-1pm

 

 

 

GENERAL RISK WARNING

Arm wrestling can be dangerous and involved a risk of physical harm or personal injury, which may include permanent disability to participants. Any such injury may result not only from your actions but from the action, omission or negligence of others or the environment in which the activity takes place.

You are advised to take extreme caution during the event. Soldier On and it’s officers, employees, agents, licensees and other representatives accept no liability for any injury to individuals participating in the “Stronger Together” event and participation is at the risk of the individual.