Pop sensation P!nk has touched down in Newcastle to take the stage at McDonald Jones Stadium, as part of her Summer Carnival tour.
And, one local business is calling for public help to present the superstar with a special one-off jacket.
During their weekly ‘What’s On’ segment on NEWFM105.3, Nicole Shelley and Joel Gosper caught up with Bronwyn Rundle to chat more about the bespoke gift that her and the Rundle Tailoring team has crafted.
“We can’t wait to tell everyone about this. It’s been going viral. We’ve made this unique jacket for P!nk here in Newcastle from a collaboration of like-minded local businesses… and we want to get it to her,” Bronwyn said.
“We made it for her as a keepsake from the Newcastle community.
“It is to thank her for coming because it really helps local business and our economy by having these mega superstars come to town.
“And, why wouldn’t you want to perform here in Newcastle? We’ve got the best location and we’ll welcome her with open arms.
“The jacket is spinning around within our P!nk-themed window as part of the Newcastle Pink Trail.
“It’s amazing how the community has gotten behind us. We’ve asked people to tag us and share all the posts we are doing of the jacket.
“They’re tagging P!nk and it’s getting some traction, which is fantastic. And, hopefully her people will see it and we can get this jacket to her because Newcastle suits pink.
“It’s got a very special lining of images from Shannon Hardigan and has been made with the help from a number of local businesses.
“Seeing her in the jacket would be incredible. We’re a really creative community and to make this and get it to her would be great for the city. It is timestamped with embroidery down the back of it with that concert date, so it would be incredible.”
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