Penrith City Council is helping Panthers fans decorate their house or workplace ahead of the Grand Final on Sunday with free posters available from the Civic Centre or St Marys Office on Queen Street.
Penrith Mayor Todd Carney said that Penrith is gripped with footy fever, and suppliers are running low on decorations.
“Council has been decorating the city, and we’ve found the desire for fans and businesses to get their hands on decorations has been met with short supply,” Carney said.
“We’ve come up with a limited-edition poster that can be picked up from Council’s Civic Centre or at our offices in St Marys.
“The poster is yet another way Council and fans can show their support for the Panthers, and I expect they will go quite quickly,” Cr Carney said.
The posters are limited to 10 per household/business and are available while stocks last.