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Ebb Corporation Public Holiday declared

Ebb Corporation
To: The Shareholders
From: The Ebb Corporation
CC: Helen Clark
Date: 05/03/02
Re: Ebb Corporation Public Holiday declared
Ebb Corporation declares Wednesday March 13th 2002 a half day holiday.

In recognition of the AGM of the Ebb Corporation (8pm, Tuesday 12th of March at The Heineken Dans Paleis), we, the shareholders would like to pay tribute to the professional lifestylers (the target market group) by declaring Wednesday the 13th of March 2002 a half day holiday.

The Ebb Corporation AGM is planned to inspire our shareholders in a mixed media performance of the company’s aspirations for the future, it’s highlighted brands and marketing strategies and most strikingly its targeted new markets (the lifestylers) and promotional approach with regard to them.

The Ebb Corporation AGM also allows a showcase for the company’s mascot group Ebb, and their associated brands’ mascots Fat Freddy’s Drop. For maximum enjoyment of the Ebb Corporation corporate strategy, please arrive early and leave late.

Plush Bomb
Brought to you by the Ebb Corporation
Tuesday 12th of March 2002 from 8pm
The Heineken Dans Paleis
The New Zealand Festival 2002

Tickets on sale now through the Heads of Departments, including Head of Food and Beverages Department - The Matterhorn,106 Cuba Mall.

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