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Telebingo's Media Make-Over

Telebingo's Media Make-Over

MEDIACOM-RELEASE-NZ-LOTTERIES-COMMISSION TELEBINGO'S MEDIA MAKE-OVER

ATTN: ENTERTAINMENT/TELEVISION EDITORS

TeleBingo gets a media make-over on 23 February when three print media identities take their turn in the competitors chairs.

The typographically aware trio are Woman's Weekly editor Rowan Wakefield, Sunday News columnist Sandra Roberts and Woman's Day columnist David Hartnell.

Each of the three will play on behalf of a TeleBingo player selected by the eight digit ticket entry number printed on their ticket. The three lucky ticket holders will win a 21" colour television and whatever their celebrity wins on their behalf.

Earlier in the night, it will be celebration for two other TeleBingo players. A draw will be held and the winners announced at both 8.10pm and 9.10pm for two prizes of $1000 and a $700 Stewart Dawson jewellery voucher. Again, the ticket entry number, which is unique to each TeleBingo ticket, will be used to identify the lucky players.

ENDS....

MEDIA RELEASE FROM THE NEW ZEALAND LOTTERIES COMMISSION

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