The NRL is hitting the Central West this weekend.
The first of five EISS Super Regional Series games kicks off on Saturday when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles take on the Gold Coast Titans at Glen Willow Stadium in Mudgee.
Also making the trip will be EISS brand ambassadors Brett Kimmorley and Ruan Sims who will arrive in town on the Thursday.
Kimmorley said: "I can't wait to get out to Mudgee with the EISS Super team to see some great footy and meet some of our local members and the broader Mudgee community this weekend.
"Supporting communities in the country is a shared value of both the NRL and EISS Super and it's going to be a fantastic weekend."
The visit will include a BBQ breakfast for staff at Mudgee's Essential Energy Depot and a trivia night for members and their guests at The Lawson Park Hotel which will include some special guests from the Manly Sea Eagles.
EISS Super chief executive officer, Alexander Hutchison said: "More than 50 per cent of our members live and work in regional and rural NSW, so it's no surprise many of them are avid NRL fans as well.
"We take engaging with our members seriously and seek to improve their lives and the communities where they live and work.
"Partnering with the NRL to take five games into regional and rural areas gives us a great opportunity to engage with our members."
Gates will open at midday.
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