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The NSW VB Blues have called Coffs Harbour home for a second year running in their preparations for this year's Holden State of Origin, and it is little wonder when they received a welcome like they did tonight in the city’s CBD.

The NSW VB Blues' players were escorted into town in style with the Coffs CEX Car club fleet, with showcars ranging from the 1950s to modern day.

Coach Laurie Daley and the team were then greeted by Mayor Denise Knight with a civic ceremony surrounded by a sea of blues fans.

Coffs Harbour has been not only the home away from home, but has provided a much-needed sanctuary for the Blues to keep their minds focused on the job at hand.

Answer the call and get behind the NSW VB Blues when they take on Queensland in this year’s Holden State of Origin. The only Origin match in Sydney this year is played on May 27. There’s no better way to support the Blues than being a part of the Blatchys Blues crowd - join the Official NSW VB Blues supporter bays for Origin I here.

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