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Less Than 48 Hours For Drinker To Claim 10K Prize

21 January 2008

Less Than 48 Hours For Mystery Drinker To
Claim Their $10,000 Prize

The New Zealand public is being urged to help in the search for a mystery h2go drinker who has less than 48 hours to claim their $10,000 prize money.

In last nights lotto styled draw on TV2, a photo was randomly selected of a mystery male h2go drinker, who only has until 8.20pm on Tuesday 22nd January to claim his prize.


H2go Mystery Drinker – week 1

The h2go snapped for cash promotion, which launched last week, saw a number of h2go undercover photographers canvassing the country taking photos of people drinking specially marked bottles of h2go 750ml pure water. These photos have been placed on www.snappedforcash.co.nz and go into the draw to win a weekly prize of $10,000 over nine weeks.

h2go senior brand manager, Nigel Chenery, says; “The clock is ticking and we are urging the public to help us find the mystery drinker so we can give them their $10,000 prize .

“We have hundreds of photos of h2go drinkers from around the country, including people relaxing on the beach, walking down the street and even working hard in their offices. Many of whom don’t even know their photo was taken. So it is important that if you know who this man is then please let him know he needs to contact us, immediately!” said Chenery.

The winner must contact h2go by calling 0800 90 90 40 upon which their identity will be verified. If the winner is not found within the 48 hour deadline the prize jackpots the following week.

“We are pulling out all the stops to find this mystery male h2go drinker. We have ads on TV, in the papers, online and on radio. $10,000 is a great prize especially after all the Christmas spending”, added Chenery.

This is the first of nine mystery drinkers to be selected over the course of the promotion which runs until the 16th March.

All the photos currently on the h2go Snapped for Cash website will be re-entered into the remaining eight draws, while the h2go photographers continue to roam the country and take photos of more h2go drinkers.

h2go was the first New Zealand mineral water to be bottled in a sippertop pack, and is one of the largest on the go lifestyle water brands in New Zealand.

For further information on the promotion visit www.snappedforcash.co.nz.

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