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Trash to Fashion® Awards in Waitakere City

For all Community Noticeboards
30th June 2004

Re: Trash to Fashion® Awards in Waitakere City
Calling for Registrations

Please place the following announcement on your
Community Noticeboard:

Re-invent the rubbish around you and create the ultimate in recycled fashion for this year’s Trash to Fashion® show in Waitakere City. A registration form must be completed by the 30th July. There are eight categories to choose from, and designers have until the 16th October to make the garments. Registration forms and a list of categories are available from www.trashtofashion.com or phone Waitakere City Council’s 24 hour Call Centre on (09) 839 0400.

ENDS

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