Muster Chairman Carl Green says the Muster main stages iconic red sign will be changed to yellow this week to match new major sponsor Optus’ corporate branding.
Muster Chairman Carl Green says the Muster main stages iconic red sign will be changed to yellow this week to match new major sponsor Optus’ corporate branding. Craig Warhurst

Optus colours Muster world

THE iconic red Muster sign on main stage in the Amamoor Creek State Forest will make way for a new yellow one this year.

Speaking from the Muster site yesterday, Apex Muster Chairman Carl Green said workmen would paint the sign this week to correspond with the corporate branding of new major sponsor Optus.

Optus has hit the ground running at the Muster this year with mobile phone coverage already available for Optus customers at the site.

Telstra will come on line closer to the event.

Mr Green said preparations were progressing well for the 2010 Optus Muster.

“We have thousands of things to do with only a couple of weeks to go. The site is looking fantastic, all we need now is a couple of inches of rain to settle the dust. There are hundreds of people here now and in not to long there will be thousands,” he said.

Tickets have been selling well and Mr Green said sales were up on the same time last year.

“There is a lot of buzz about this year’s Muster ,” he said.

Channel Nine will broadcast their popular weekend Today show live from the event in a first for the Muster.

The new Muster website also went live yesterday. Log onto www.muster.com.au to get the latest Muster news.

Check out our Muster coverage on our National Music Muster page.

Gympie Times


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