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The 2013 Asia Pacific Special Olympics, being held in Australia in November, will be graced by a New Zealand innovation developed by Packaworld.
Inflated in minutes, the 60' x 12' Bocce court provides a professional , competition standard frame which is not only portable and storable, but fits into the boot of a small car.
The Bocce competition will be hosted at the Charlestown Bowling Club, Charlestown, NSW and played on twenty four courts across three bowling greens where over 300 athletes from 32 countries will be vying for medals.
"When we heard of the Packaworld product being used in New Zealand we were initially sceptical, but once we saw them in action we were pretty impressed. Portability and ease of set up is a big thing for us and now we have solution that means we can provide Bocce court facilities almost anywhere."
"This is a very exciting time for us," said Packaworld Head, Pete Roberts. " This product is unique and solves a number of problems associated with the transport, set up and storage of Bocce Courts. With over three hundred athletes from thirty two countries taking part in the Bocce competition I know the courts will spark a lot of international interest."
Packaworld is the trading name for NMR Enterprises Limited and provide a range of packable, portable products which are proving popular in New Zealand across a range of sectors. Products include Packagoal, Packapost, Packabench and Packasign. For further details visit www.packaworld.com .