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Ford Mondeo Brings European Movie Magic To Rialto

Ford Mondeo Brings European Movie Magic To Rialto This Winter

The all-new Ford Mondeo not only provides driving pleasure but also viewing pleasure this winter, as Ford New Zealand announces its sponsorship of Rialto's Winter Movie Series.

Mondeo Brand Manager, Barbara Paley, said Ford is delighted to be the driving force behind the 2001 Mondeo Winter Season at Rialto Cinemas nationwide.

"Our 'own' superstar, the all-new Ford Mondeo, has only been with us a short time and already has received many accolades from our customers," she said.

"And now Mondeo brings more 'superstars' to light with Rialto Cinemas, offering an enviable line up of international films to warm up to over the colder months."

Barbara Paley said cinema fans will be excited by the line up offered during the Mondeo Winter Season at Rialto, which includes the much anticipated screen adaptation of Helen Fielding's blockbuster satire, "Bridget Jones Diary" and re-releases of classic's including "2001:A Space Odyssey" and "A Hard Days Night".

Members of the Rialto Film Club may also get the opportunity to experience the all-new Mondeo, as both new and current members will go into a draw to win the use of a vehicle for one month.

"So this winter, whether you're seated in front of a Rialto screen, or behind the wheel of Ford's new Mondeo, I hope you'll agree both experiences deserve a five star rating," said Ms Paley.

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