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Show Support For The All Blacks At The Airport

September 24, 2003

MEDIA ALERT

AIR NEW ZEALAND DOMESTIC AIRPORTS:

THE PLACE TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE ALL BLACKS

Rugby fans around the country are being invited to "sign on" with their support for the All Blacks in special supporters' books available at Air New Zealand check-in areas in domestic airports nationwide.

The books, positioned on special display stands within the terminals, give rugby fans travelling through all Air New Zealand domestic check-in areas the chance to show their support for the All Blacks and write personal good luck messages to their favourite rugby team and players.

Air New Zealand, as the All Blacks' official airline, has produced and distributed the books to give everyone around New Zealand the chance to wish the All Blacks luck in the Rugby World Cup 2003.

"This is a simple way that people can show their support if they're visiting one of our domestic terminals in the next week," said Air New Zealand Communications Manager, Mark Street.

"The players will be presented with the books to have with them during their time in Melbourne. For supporters it's great to think that their message of support will be with the All Blacks during the Rugby World Cup Campaign," said Mark.

All Blacks Supporters' Books will be in every domestic terminal from September 24 to October 1.

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