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Entries invited from media

October 1st, 2004

Entries invited from media

The Franchise Association of New Zealand (FANZ) is calling for entries in the media section of its 10th anniversary awards.

Journalists who have covered franchise related topics have until Friday 22 October to submit their articles for consideration of the media award. This award will be presented to the journalist who has produced the best coverage of a franchise story or issue. Entry forms and more information is available on the FANZ website www.franchise.org.nz

The NZ Franchise Awards 2004 - which recognises outstanding achievement by franchisor members, their franchisees and master franchisees - will be held in Auckland on November 6 and celebrated with a black tie evening gala held at the Hyatt Hotel. Simon Lord, Franchise New Zealand magazine publisher, is the principle judge and the winner will be presented with the Media Award at the event.

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