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Lotto Kicks Off Ford Falcon XR8 Promotion

Media Release
28 June 2004


Lotto's kicking its latest promotion between the uprights, giving away 10 limited edition Ford Falcon XR8s complete with an All Black signature, the All Blacks logo, and a personalised All Blacks number plate.

To win one of the 10 personalised Ford Falcon XR8s, customers must purchase a Triple Dip between 27 June and 10 July. The lucky winners will be announced on Saturday 10 July on the 9pm Lotto Draw on TV2.

"This car is the ultimate rugby lover's prize. The Ford Falcon XR8 is big, black, and powerful and would be awesome to drive to the next All Blacks test match," says New Zealand Lotteries Commission Chief Executive Trevor Hall.

"The All Black's season has already had a dream start. Lotto's All Blacks themed promotion offers Lotto players another reason to relish the international rugby season. Soon there'll be 10 lucky winners driving around in these grunty rugby-themed cars," he says.

Dream cars continue to be a popular prize among Lotto players. Since Easter last year, Lotto has given away a total of 90 cars including 20 Holden Monaros, 10 Beetle Cabriolets, 10 Holden V8 Commodores, 10 Toyota Landcruiser Prados, 10 Mini Cooper S Cars, 10 Ford Escapes (towing 10 Haines Hunter SF535 boats), 10 Mercedes C240 Sport Cars, and 10 Ford Falcon XR8s.

"A Triple Dip is the perfect gift for rugby-lovers, whether for themselves, or for friends and family. Everyone who enters will have the chance to become a millionaire or the chance to drive away in a rugby fan's dream car, a personalised limited edition All Blacks Ford Falcon XR8.


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