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nib and Blues launch nib Little Legends Little Smiles initiative, and more daily news  

nib has partnered with the Blues to launch nib Little Legends Little Smiles initiative. nib CEO Rob Hennin been described this initiative as a key component of nib’s focus to encouraging New Zealanders to prevent injury, as well as to live longer and healthier lives. The nib Little Legends Little Smiles initiative is designed to provide 1,000 custom-fit mouth guards to PIC Junior Rugby players all aged 5-12 years. The focus on prevention is evident with this initiative centring around injury and illness prevention on the game field. Hennin has said that all partnerships are intended to protect New Zealanders from illnesses and diseases, ensure that we have access to healthcare, and help us navigate the healthcare system. Hennin has also noted that nib is excited about having opportunities to work with the community.

“nib New Zealand has partnered with rugby union team The Blues to launch its nib Little Legends Little Smiles initiative - something CEO Rob Hennin said is a key part of nib’s focus on encouraging New Zealanders to prevent injury, and live longer and healthier lives.


The initiative will give custom-fit mouth guards to 1,000 PIC Junior Rugby players aged 5-12 years, and six Auckland rugby clubs are taking part in the programme.


Commenting on the partnership, Hennin said that investing in injury and illness prevention is important in preventing both short- and long-term issues, and said the focus on prevention is a key part of nib’s direction.


“It’s been a tough year for everyone, and many sports clubs haven’t been able to train or play as planned,” Hennin said.


“As the new season kicks off, we wanted to give back and ensure that our junior players are protected by the best, so they can remain healthy both on and off the field.”


“Our partnerships are all about protecting New Zealanders against the risk of illness and disease, getting them access to healthcare, and helping them navigate the healthcare system,” he explained.


“It’s also about being proactive about health and looking to prevent illness, so we’re really excited about the opportunities we have to work with the community to improve health outcomes.” Click here to read more

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