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Bulls unveil new entertainment
World Club Champions Bradford Bulls are delighted to unveil a new entertainment team which will combine skills from a variety of fields to ensure the Bulls remain at the forefront of sports entertainment for Super League IX.
The club has recruited leading personnel from a range of backgrounds; including West Yorkshire radio station the Pulse, audio visual specialists VME ? who will be installing a state of the art Kling & Freitag sound system ? and Adele Mitchinson, who with her business partner Tom Aspin organised and directed major elements of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games opening and closing ceremonies.
Of the appointments, Bulls Marketing Director Mark Minton said:
"2004 will be an exciting time for Bulls fans of all ages. We have appointed a truly world class entertainment team to match the quality of the guys on the field. A lot of aspects of our Gameday Experience have been examined and developed, and during the course of the season many new ideas will be introduced to ensure our fans have a great time every time they visit Odsal.
"In addition to the on-field activities, we will also be working hard to convert our concourse areas into a theme park of activity with street entertainers, live music, a games area, SkillsZone and many other activities introduced over the season to complement the ever popular Bulls Roadshow and BullZone children?s area."
Adele Mitchinson is looking forward to becoming a part of the Bulls Experience:
"I am delighted to be part of the excitement of Gameday at Odsal Stadium. Before working with the Club I had heard a lot about the quality of their Gameday Experience and hope I can play my role in the exciting times which lie ahead for the Bulls. I?ve been working around the country on various projects for many years, but it?s great to be back home in West Yorkshire where I began my career."
The Bulls will kick off Super League IX in style on Friday when Wigan Warriors are the visitors to Odsal Stadium, with a big night of entertainment planned, both on and off the field. Gates open at 5.30pm, with curtain raiser matches featuring Bradford Replacements against Wigan Web Warriors in a BullTag exhibition match between the two sets of supporters, an U8?s little league competition, the fresh sounds of live band Eventually, a World Club Champions Parade featuring Bullman and Bullboy, the all-new Bullettes, Odsal Stadium theme park and much more ? and that?s before the Bulls and Warriors take to the field in an exciting repeat of the 2003 Grand Final!
Further exiting announcements will also be made over the next week