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Michael Hill Partners with Mediaworks for The Bachelor NZ



Thursday 15 January, 2015

Michael Hill Jeweller Partners with Mediaworks for the Bachelor New Zealand

MediaWorks is delighted to announce that Michael Hill Jeweller has signed on as Broadcast Sponsor for new multi-platform seriesThe Bachelor New Zealand. The series will encompass TV, radio and interactive elements and will go to air on TV3 in the first half of 2015.

The Bachelor New Zealand will follow a group of Kiwi Bachelorettes, who have answered a contestant call through MediaWorks Radio’s nationwide station More FM. They will put their hearts on the line during the series to win the attentions and affection of The Bachelor through a series of group dates, one-on-one dates, and the famous rose ceremony.

MediaWorks Group Head of Revenue, Liz Fraser is pleased to welcome Michael Hill Jeweller on board to help deliver the highly anticipated first series of the internationally successful format.

“We are thrilled to have Michael Hill Jeweller as our broadcast partner of The Bachelor New Zealand. They are a quality New Zealand brand and an international success story,” she says.

“Their association with The Bachelor New Zealand is a celebration of love and recognition of the role their jewellery has played in New Zealand. This series is all about finding love and we can’t think of a better sponsor.”

Jamie McDougall, Michael Hill Jeweller Media Director says the company is excited be to such an integral part of the series.

“It’s a perfect match. For 35 years, Michael Hill Jeweller has been a part of so many love stories in New Zealand with our engagement rings becoming a treasured symbol of true love and commitment. We are thrilled that we can be involved in The Bachelor New Zealand and play a part in yet another special love story.”

The Bachelor New Zealand is produced by Eyeworks Television for TV3.

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