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    A big brand change for Christchurch events company Vbase - is going to come with an equally big price tag

    A big brand change for Christchurch events company Vbase - is going to come with an equally big price tag


    The City Council-owned company has revealed the cost of becoming Venues Otautahi - will be just under 50 thousand dollars, including venue signage, uniforms and website costs - which will come out of the annual budget.

    The company owns and manages the Town Hall and Christchurch Arena - and runs facilities such as the Airforce Museum and Hagley Oval.

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