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DVD Power Offered $US 5,250,000

DVD Power Offered $US 5,250,000 after release of Tourism DVD

World wide exposure for New Zealand's first Tourism DVD "Coast to Coast" has far exceeded the DVD Power' wildest dreams with tremendous sales and a $US 5,250,00 offer.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND ( APRIL 6, 2001) DVD Power Ltd, New Zealand's foremost DVD digital media publishing company with a global network of offices reported today that just weeks after releasing NZ's first Tourism DVD "Coast to Coast" internationally, DVD Power has come to the attention of the wife of a former Head of State offering in excess of $US 5,000,000.

A DVD Power communications spokesperson said the company believed the offer was in recognition of Auckland based DVD Power establishing arguably one of Asia Pacific's if not one of the world's most well rounded and experienced team of DVD authoring professionals through its world class Board Members.

At the time of going to press the spokesperson said DVD Power executives would not be in a position to make contact with the donor, until the Board had considered the offer which would placed on the agenda for the next scheduled meeting.

Even though the offer far exceeded the companys wildest dreams to date, DVD Power attributes the enormous interest in the company, simply to the fact that besides the companys tremendous firepower in both expertise and hardware to comfortably take on both small and large projects globally.

Simply it was all due to NZ's first tourism DVD showcasing the diversity of New Zealand's fantastic and unique and absolutely stunning natural scenic beauty along with major tourism attractions, in an interactive adrenalin pumping journey through New Zealand in a selection of eight languages.

End Offer communication from wife of former Head of State below. Donor's contact details available on request, subject to a reasonable charitable donation being made to The Mental Foundation of NZ.

Contact Allan Shean DVD Power Business Devevelopment Mob: (025) 610-2784 Ph +64 (9) 415-5601 Fax +64 (9) 415-5639

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