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At the various Melbourne Stars home BBL Matches and events, limited edition fashion glasses were distributed as part of the Melbourne Stars’ engagement with fans, allowing them to dress up and add to the colour and excitement of the match or event:

  • Melbourne Stars vs. Hobart Hurricanes, 22 December 2019 (Ted Summerton Reserve, Moe); – Melbourne Stars Family Day, 15 December 2019 (Casey Fields); – Melbourne Stars vs. Melbourne Renegades, 4 January 2020 (MCG); – Melbourne Stars vs. Sydney Thunder, 8 January 2020 (MCG); – Melbourne Stars vs. Sydney Sixers, 12 January 2020 (MCG); – Melbourne
Unfortunately, TLA Merchandise Pty Ltd (TLA)

Unfortunately, TLA Merchandise Pty Ltd (TLA), the fashion glasses supplier, failed to label the fashion glasses, or where fashion glasses were labelled, further information was required to be provided to consumers in accordance with relevant Australian labelling requirements applicable to sunglasses and fashion spectacles. This message is being sent to the recipients of fashion glasses to make sure they have all the information TLA advised Cricket Victoria to include with the glasses.

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The Fashion Eyewear Association (TLA) has requested that Cricket Victoria inform those in attendance at these BBL Matches and events that the following user information from the manufacturer should have been included with the fashion glasses at the time of supply:

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