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Snap Happy Christmas with HP


Snap Happy Christmas with HP

Auckland, New Zealand, 9 December 2004 - Just a quick note to let you know that Hewlett-Packard will be at this year's Coca Cola Christmas in the Park snapping and printing photos of the crowd for free.

Prior to the concert beginning, HP photographers will roam the Auckland Domain, taking photos of people as they arrive and settle into the evening of festivity. People will then be able to visit the HP tent to receive their free photograph, printed off on HP Photosmart printers.

What better way to remember one of the highlights of the festive season than with an HP photo at Coca Cola Christmas in the Park! Who: Hewlett Packard and Coca Cola Christmas in the Park What: HP roaming photographers will be taking photos of concert attendees. People will then be able to visit the HP tent to receive their free photo. When: Saturday 11 December from 3-7pm Where: Coca Cola Christmas in the Park, Auckland Domain. The HP tent will be located next to the Cricket Pavilion.

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