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Secure your company brand in success story

Press Release 3 September 2008
For Immediate Release

Secure your company brand in the success story of the year.

Read about the marketing opportunity for New Zealand companies to become a sponsor of the event of the year and secure your place in 2008’s success story of the year.

The NZ Charter of Health Practitioners Incorporated asked Jenny Hammond and Nigel Fowler to organise the New Zealand Health Industry Awards this year. They saw this as a great opportunity for the community to celebrate and acknowledge the individuals involved in many years of dedicated and committed service in the natural health industry and to fund raise for UNICEF.

Read on to see what these two have organised and what your company can be a part of.

The prestigious NZ Health Industry Awards and Benefit Gala Dinner hosted by Petra Bagust will be a grand celebration as befitting the occasion and on a more serious note is being held in conjunction with UNICEF to fund raise and support the work they are doing in the “Africa of the South Pacific” Papua New Guinea to help the women and children living with HIV and AIDS. Alison Mau, a New Zealand UNICEF Ambassador, will be doing a presentation on the evening.

During the evening there is to be an auction where top NZ artists and companies have donated art work and items to be auctioned.

An impressive line up of entertainers will be performing during the evening.
Mig Ayesa from "Rock Star INXS" will be flying from New York to entertain you, Fiona Pears virtuoso violinist and composer from London, Caleb Bartolo, from "So You Think You Can Dance" Australia and many other artists to entertain and delight you.

When asked how two hard working kiwis have achieved this, they replied it has been with communication and the community getting involved.

Jenny says “It is knowing that many lives are going to be helped in Papua New Guinea that keeps us going and that we are going to do well with the help of the community. We believe that a passion for anything brings determination to succeed, a reason for living and a dedication to make it happen” We are making it happen.

While there is a lot of support for this event there is still more help and involvement needed. This is your opportunity as they are welcoming sponsorship and donations from New Zealand companies and individuals.

There are different sponsorship levels including the prestigious naming rights to the event up for grabs. So contact the team to sign up as a sponsor for the event of the year and be a part of the success story of the year.

Nigel Fowler says “We are asking for the support of New Zealand companies and people to come join us for what is going to be one spectacular evening.”

Tickets and corporate tables are available through Ticketmaster.co.nz Keyword: Health Industry.

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