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Support New Zealand Music With Your Vote

Support New Zealand Music With Your Vote

The annual NetGuide Web Awards finish on Monday October 20 and Kiwi music needs your vote.

As part of the new-look NZ Music Awards 2003, the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand completely revamped the Music Awards Web Site.

Now, we know you enjoyed the awards and revelled in the great Kiwi tunes that reverberated through The Aotea Centre: The Edge on April 30 as 23 'Tuis' were handed out to the country's top melody makers.

If you liked the show, and think the web site gave added impetus to an event that grabbed rave reviews from New Zealand music and entertainment media, we urge you to vote for the awards web site.

Simply go to http://www.netguide.co.nz/awards/2003/ register and you can vote for http://www.nzmusicawards.co.nz in the ENTERTAINMENT site category.

And don't forget to tell all your mates, colleagues and, most important, your listeners and readers.

Yours in Kiwi music.

Pead PR

On behalf of New Zealand music


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