The 2014 Deniliquin Ute Muster sticker has been unveiled.CASS SAVELLIS March 21, 2014 4:45am
Deni Play on the Plains Festival Ltd has unveiled a bright purple diamond sticker for the 2014 Ute Muster.
The iconic sticker, which changes colour each year, is a prized collectable handed out to all entrants in the World Record Ute Count.
Ute owners generally use the stickers as a badge of honour across their rear window or tailgate.
‘‘We put the sticker on our Facebook page and had a huge response, which is fantastic,’’ Festival general manager Kate Pitt said.
‘‘The team at Muster HQ are extremely happy with the positive response we have received from the public.’’
The Facebook post announcing the 2014 sticker received close to 900 ‘likes’ and more than 100 comments.
The new sticker has also been transferred onto the Ute Muster ute’s bonnet as excitement builds for the 2014 event.
This year marks 16 years since the first Deni Ute Muster, and it is showing no signs of slowing down.
The 2013 Muster saw the event’s two previous world records replaced — the most blue singlets worn in one place (3924) and the most utes mustered (9736).
Visit www.deniutemuster.com.au. for details on the 2014 event.
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