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Want $10,000 Off Your Next New Car Purchase?


Press release

19 February 2003

Want $10,000 Off Your Next New Car Purchase?

So, you've been hankering after that new Audi convertible, or a shiny new VW Beetle? Well it just maybe within reach with a great competition just announced by the NZ National Motorshow.

The NZ National Motorshow is offering to pay $10,000 towards one lucky person's new car purchase. To be into win you first need to visit your local participating dealer and let them know you are interested in looking at a car and in being involved in the voucher promotion. A list of participating dealers can be found on the Motorshow website at www.nzmotorshow.co.nz.

Once you've filled in the details of which new car you are interested in buying, take the completed voucher to the appropriate dealer's stand at the Motorshow.

At the end of the show one person's name will be drawn and they will get a voucher giving them $10,000 towards a new car. The $10,000 will be given to the dealership to contribute to the purchase of a winning new car.

If you're in the new car market the NZ National Motorshow will allow you to see the largest range of new cars in one place. Already New Zealand's largest and most comprehensive automotive exhibition, the NZ National Motorshow had outgrown its previous venue and has relocated to Mystery Creek Events Centre in Hamilton for March 21-23 2003.

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