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ORLANDO Pirates will unveil the team's new jersey for the 2009-10 season tomorrow and will use the occasion to also garner support for Telkom Charity Cup votes amid fanfare at the Carlton Centre in Johannesburg at noon.
Club spokesperson Mickey Modisane yesterday called on The Ghost to attend the occasion at Centre Court, adding that entry is free.
"Supporters must be aware that there will be lots of entertainment on the day," he said.
"Pirates and Adidas will also be giving away their merchandise and other goodies. Lucky supporters or those in attendance will also get a chance to walk away with the new jersey.
"Entertainment will be provided by Chomee while Pirates players, including the new acquisitions, will be present to sign autographs.
"This will also be one of those platforms that will be utilised to encourage our supporters to vote for the team so that we can defend our Telkom Charity Cup," Modisane said.
Pirates will embark on a national roadshow during the Vodacom Challenge to encourage supporters to vote for the team ahead of the Telkom Charity Cup.
The roadshow schedule:
Gauteng - July 16, 11am-3pmat Jabulani Mall in Soweto; July 17, 11am at Mohlakeng Recreation Centre in Randfontein; July 19, 11am-3.30pm at Phumlani Mall in Tembisa and taxi rank in Natalspruit; July 24, 11am-4pm at Sammy Marks Square in Pretoria; July 24, 11am-2pm at Park Station and Carlton Centre; July 25, 11am-3pm at Pimville Square in Soweto.
Polokwane - July 17, 11am-3pm at the Pick 'n Pay Centre.
Port Elizabeth - July 22, 10am-3pm at Ziyabuya Complex, KwaDwesi Location, Motherwell Shopping Complex.
Polokwane - Regional supporters' meeting at Flora Park Comprehensive High School on July 17, 7pm-8.30pm.
Port Elizabeth - Regional supporters' meeting at Centenary Hall on July 22, 7pm-8.30pm.
Johannesburg - Regional supporters' meeting at the DOCC Hall in Orlando, Soweto, on July 26, from 10am to 1pm.