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Topic # 95481 5-Jan-2012 19:05
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I noticed looking at the sports news tonite  that the Australian cricket  team seems to be sponsored by Vodafone  but their logo is pink not red.  Is this a new "girly" look to atract female subscribers??




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  Reply # 564950 5-Jan-2012 19:07
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Looks red to me and honesty did you need to start a thread on this?

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  Reply # 564953 5-Jan-2012 19:19
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its to do with the McGrath Foundation which is for breast cancer. Good on voda aus for getting behind it.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 564956 5-Jan-2012 19:30
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I was looking at the signage

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  Reply # 564963 5-Jan-2012 19:42
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"The third day of the first Sydney test cricket match at the Sydney Cricket Ground each year is now known as Pink Stumps Day, where money is raised for the McGrath Foundation for breast care nurses. Many people wear pink to show support."

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bmt: "The third day of the first Sydney test cricket match at the Sydney Cricket Ground each year is now known as Pink Stumps Day, where money is raised for the McGrath Foundation for breast care nurses. Many people wear pink to show support."

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Many thanx for that..




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  Reply # 565175 6-Jan-2012 09:04
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johnr: Looks red to me and honesty did you need to start a thread on this?


 

And where else would I ask the question, in the Telecom forum??




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  Reply # 565194 6-Jan-2012 09:36
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One would think Off Topic to be a wise choice.

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