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 Greg Murphy on the podium for his round one win at Hampton Downs. Greg Murphy on the podium for his round one win at Hampton Downs. CREDIT: BNT V8 SuperTourers/Neville Bailey
Greg Murphy leading at Hampton Downs. Greg Murphy leading at Hampton Downs. CREDIT: BNT V8 SuperTourers/Neville Bailey
Greg Murphy (centre) with NZ Tax Refunds CEO Cilla Hegarty and Director Aaron Hegarty. Greg Murphy (centre) with NZ Tax Refunds CEO Cilla Hegarty and Director Aaron Hegarty. CREDIT: Shine Group

NZ Tax Refunds and WooHoo team up with Greg Murphy

Friday 8 March 2013, 3:12PM
By Shine Group
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New Zealand’s leading online tax refunds company NZ Tax Refunds has signed on as a principal sponsor of motorsport great Greg Murphy.   The V8 racing stalwart, a driver for team Mike Pero/ M3 Racing, will be racing in the second round of the BNT V8 SuperTourers series in Christchurch this weekend.

Murphy is leading the V8 SuperTourers series as he won all three races in the opening round at Hampton Downs last month.  This weekend’s round at Powerbuilt Ruapuna on 9-10 March is the first of two rounds to be held in the mainland.

Cilla Hegarty, the Founder and Chief Executive of NZ Tax Refunds Ltd say, “Greg Murphy is a real Kiwi icon and a real fan favourite.  We all need heroes, so we’re delighted to be supporting Greg and excited that he’ll be carrying our WooHoo brand. ”

Greg Murphy says, “It’s a real honour doing something you love professionally.  I’m really excited to be part of V8 SuperTourers again.  I’m keen to see the championship grow and be part of its future.  To do this I need to have a great group of partners and I feel really fortunate to have the support of NZ Tax Refunds and WooHoo.”

Murphy says he’s looking forward to bringing NZ Tax Refunds’ WooHoo brand to a new market.  “I’m certainly hoping to create some WooHoo moments myself during the series.”

NZ Tax Refunds (www.nztaxrefunds.co.nz) makes it simple for people to get overpaid tax back from the IRD with a risk free service - when no refund is owed, no fee is charged.  Over 93% of their customers have found out they’ve overpaid their tax in the last 5 years.