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Hitwise New Zealand Online Performance Awards

Hitwise New Zealand Online Performance Awards
Final Opportunity to Register -
Seats Limited!

Don't miss the online event of the year! Hitwise hosts the third annual online industry celebration that recognises the most popular websites visited by New Zealand Internet users throughout 2007.

Find out what New Zealanders are doing online at this networking party with New Zealand's leading online marketers and industry thought leaders.

Location: Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron
101 Curran Street, Westhaven, Auckland
New Zealand

Date: Wednesday, 16 April 2008

Time: 6:00pm-10:00pm
Canapés and drinks will commence immediately after the brief awards ceremony.
Dress: Business Attire
Ticket Price: $68.00 NZD
Registrations close 15th April, or until tickets sellout.

Feel free to foward on this invitation to colleagues. We look forward to seeing you!
For more information visit the
New Zealand Online Performance awards website or email performance.awards[at]hitwise.com

ENDS

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