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Mission Estate Announces Winner

5 September 2006

Mission Estate Announces Winner Of
‘Choose Your Mission’ Competition

Janette Crossan of Auckland has been announced as the major prize winner of Mission Estate’s ‘Choose Your Mission’ competition.

The competition offered entrants the chance to win one of three $10,000 prizes: a lifetime ski package, a personal makeover and shopping spree or a luxury South Pacific cruise.

Ms Crossan chose the cruise option and will receive a luxury eight-night South Pacific cruise for two visiting the Loyalty Islands and Vanuatu onboard P&O’s Pacific Star. The prize package includes all main meals onboard, accommodation in an outside cabin, onboard entertainment and activities.

In addition to the major prize, twenty runners up were also drawn. Each person won a 2GB iPod Nano. Full details of all winners will be posted on Mission Estate’s website www.missionestate.co.nz.

Mission Estate’s ‘Choose Your Mission’ competition was run across New Zealand over a four month period (1 May – 31 August, 2006).

Established in 1851, Mission Estate is New Zealand's oldest winemaker. The winery takes pride in producing top quality wines and in delivering a world class experience.

ENDS

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