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Winner Gets $10,000 Bucks And 'The Darkness'

7 October 2004

Grant Dickson of Christchurch wins $10,000 cash backstage with The Darkness at Wembley !

ZM's One Hit Wonder winner Grant Dickson of Burnside in Christchurch managed to dodge the overloaded lines to win the big one.

His prize is a trip to London to watch The Darkness Live at the Wembley Arena On December 12th ...then head backstage to meet the band and pick up the 10k cash !

Listeners across NZ were given the chance to win this fantastic prize ... all they had to do was wait until they heard the hit song "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" by the Darkness...and be caller #9 to phone in. Simple as that.

Promotions Manager Mike Lane says "The competition was so popular, we've decided to do it again. We have another trip to London, another chance to meet The Darkness, and another $10,000 to give away this week !".


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