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Tankboy Patrols Auckland CBD

Media Advisory

01/11/06 – FINAL

Embargoed Until 2:15pm, 9th November.

Tankboy Patrols Auckland CBD

On Thursday 9 November at approximately 2:15pm, Tankboy Adventures will be driving two trucks with pilot vehicles up Queen St as publicity for BP Ultimate Big Boys Toys.

The first truck will carry the Soviet Infantry Fighting Machine Tank and the second will carry the British six wheel drive Military ATV Battle Truck.

This will create a huge commotion as the massive trucks take approximately 20 minutes to get from the bottom of Queen St to the top. Alongside the trucks Tankboy’s official Battle Babes will be patrolling Queen St giving out flyers and free tickets to BP Ultimate Big Boys Toys.

The two trucks and their pilot vehicles will then proceed onto K Rd, up Symonds St, down Khyber Pass, along Broadway to Manukau Rd then onto Greenlane West and into the ASB Showgrounds.

BP Ultimate Big Boys Toys 2006 showcases the event’s hottest line up to date, with the $1 million, Pagani Zonda supercar, the Marquis Condoms Paintball Tournament, BMW Euro Champ Stunt Rider Chris Pfeiffer and Hexatech the 1 million Euro driving simulator.

Schedule of Key Events:

Friday 10th Nov:

Crusty Demons FMX Riders, 24/7 BMX Riders, Cheapskates Skaters: 11am, 3pm, 5:30pm

BMW Euro-Champ Stunt Rider, Chris Pfeiffer: 1pm, 4:30pm, 7pm

NZ Army Live Assault: 12:30pm, 2:30pm

Marquis Paintball – Public Participation: 10am till 12:30pm

International Whiskey Tasting Experience: 1pm till 2:30pm and 6pm till 7:30pm

Saturday 11th Nov:

Crusty Demons FMX Riders, 24/7 BMX Riders, Cheapskates Skaters: 11am, 3pm, 5pm

BMW Euro-Champ Stunt Rider Chris Pfeiffer: 10am, 1pm, 4:30pm

NZ Army Live Assault: 12:30pm, 2:30pm

Motorcycle Convoy: 10:30am (TBC)

Hot Rod Convoy: 1:30pm

Marquis International Paintball Tournament: 9am till 4:30pm

Radio Controlled Car Racing: 9am till 4:30pm

International Whiskey Tasting Experience: 1pm till 2:30pm and 4pm till 5:30pm

Sunday 12th Nov:

Crusty Demons FMX Riders, 24/7 BMX Riders, Cheapskates Skaters: 11am, 2pm, 4pm

BMW Euro-Champ Stunt Rider Chris Pfeiffer: 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm

NZ Army Live Assault: 9:30am, 1pm

Hot Rod Convoy: 12:30pm

Marquis International Paintball Tournament: 9am-4:30pm

Radio Controlled Car Racing: 9am-4:30pm

International Whiskey Tasting Experience: 1pm till 2:30pm and 4pm till 5:30pm

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