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The search is on for WONKA Golden Tickets

25 July, 2005

The search is on for WONKA Golden Tickets

- Lucky Golden Tickets to make dreams come true -

With the release of the film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in September, Nestlé confectionery is making dreams come true, offering five lucky New Zealanders the chance of winning an incredible trip of a lifetime to the Nestlé chocolate factory in the UK.

Just like in the much loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory story, children from all over New Zealand have the chance to discover one of five lucky WONKA Golden Tickets in limited edition WONKA chocolate products and be transported to chocolate heaven.

Five much sought after Golden Tickets have been hidden inside randomly-selected 48g bars and 190g blocks of new WONKA Whipple Scrumptious Caramel Delight, a limited edition, Scrumdiddlyumptious bar, made from Chocolate MUD SLUDGE with rice crisps and a gooey caramel centre smothered in creamy WONKA milk chocolate. Unwrapping a winning bar will instantly reveal a dazzling WONKA Golden Ticket!

The race to find the five Golden Tickets begins as soon as specially marked packs appear in stores and will be followed soon after by the New Zealand release of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film, starring Johnny Depp on September 8th. Directed by Tim Burton, the adaptation of this classic Roald Dahl book, looks set to be one of the season's blockbusters, appealing to children and grown-ups still young at heart.

All five WONKA Golden Ticket winners will receive a seven-day family trip, (two adults and two children under twelve), to the UK, (London & York) in April 2006, where they will have exciting adventures visiting the Nestlé chocolate factory in York.

The fun doesn't end there! There are also loads of other great prizes up for grabs as part of this incredible WONKA promotion, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie tickets, books and of course lots of WONKA chocolate and lollies.

Look out for the new WONKA Whipple Scrumptious Caramel Delight bars in shops all around New Zealand from today.

For more information on this magical prize visit www.goldenticket.co.nz and start dreaming of what it would be like to be in Charlie Bucket's shoes.

Good Luck!

ENDS

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