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Wedding Open Day 1st July

MEDIA RELEASE
29 May 2006


Wedding Open Day 1st July

Due to the high enquiry level TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre will be holding an open day for those planning to get married.

Entry is free with the opportunity to tour the facilities, meet the TelstraClear Pacific Team and NZ’s finest caterers Austin’s Food Design Events among other wedding suppliers.

Door prizes, free entertainment and valuable wedding planning information will be available on the day.

“This is not an expo but will show people how NZ’s newest premium venue can be used for weddings for 80 – 1,500 guests” said Richard Jeffery CEO of TelstraClear Pacific.

Saturday 1st July 10am – 4pm
TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre
770 – 834 Great South Road
Manukau City

ENDS

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