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Get Face To Face With Elle Macpherson

Get Face To Face With Elle Macpherson And Be Pampered Like A Star

Followers of the fashion forward lingerie brand Elle Macpherson Intimates will have a rare chance to meet the style icon herself at the Melbourne Cup and be pampered like a star in a promotion that starts this week.

New Zealand shoppers who spend over $75 on Elle Macpherson Intimates lingerie will go in the draw to win a trip to meet Elle at the Melbourne Cup. The promotion is also running in Australia and is the first in the brand's 13-year history where winners have been offered the chance to meet Elle. It will culminate with one winner from New Zealand and one from Australia. Each winner will be able to invite a friend to accompany them.

Each winner and a friend will then get a taste of the celebrity lifestyle during the two-day prize trip that includes hospitality in the exclusive Myer marquee at the Melbourne Cup with $100AUD betting money. The trip also includes flights for two to Melbourne and a shopping spree for the winner at the Myer department store with AUD$1000 to spend on a designer outfit for the big day.

Staying at the luxurious Sebel Suites on St Kilda Road, each winner and a friend will have their own hair and make-up stylist and will also be treated to a dinner at the swish Walters Wine Bar on Southbank.

Ten runner up prizes of $100 worth of gorgeous Elle Macpherson Intimates lingerie are being offered to both New Zealand and Australia.

The New Zealand promotion runs from August 4 - October 7. Winners will be drawn on October 10 and will be contacted by phone and published in the Sunday Star Times on October 19. Winners must be available to take the prize from November 3 - November 5 2003.

Elle Macpherson Intimates is available in Bennett & Bain stores, Bendon on Broadway, Sanctuary by Bendon and selected department stores nationwide. Phone 0800 BENDON (236 366) for stockist enquiries.

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