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Image: Erika Takacs Launches Nescafe Big Break

Television producer / presenter, Erika Takacs, signs her name on the Nescafé Big Break 'Do what you want with your life' billboard located on Beach Road in central Auckland as part of the official launch of the annual trans-Tasman programme.

Now in its third year in New Zealand, Nescafé Big Break heralds some exciting new developments including increased prizes, new age group categories and a new entry website: http://www.nescafebigbreak.co.nz.

In fact the total prize pool has increased to a whopping AUD$256,000. This year the age group categories have been extended to offer more people the opportunity to enter. The two age categories comprise 16 - 19 year olds and 20 - 24 year olds. In each age group category, the top six winners will each receive AUD$20,000 and four runner-up winners will receive AUD$2,000. Entries close August 02 2002.

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