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Wake up and get ridin'

Wed, 12 Jan 2005

Wake up and get ridin'

Corona is offering the chance for five people plus their mates to win a high-intensity weekend of wakeboarding followed by an evening of partying with cold Coronas at the Ballistics' lakeside Atiamuri wakeboarding camp.

So strap on that board and ride the summer wake for free behind a speeding Air Nautique, where certified instructors will help you get to the next level.

You and your mate get two full day's action on the water, so whether it's learning to get up, getting some air or doing some tricks, the Ballistics instructors will help you step it up.

"You can wakeboard for the whole day with your mates, then once you're done, relax in the spa and enjoy a cold Corona and lime," says Jeremy O'Brien, marketing manager for Corona.

"The Ballistics wakeboard camp is an ideal way to experience the thrill of summer and the chill of a cold Corona," says Jeremy.

All you need to do to enter is to listen to the Karn Hall show on George FM during January and February on Thursday nights from 8 - 10pm or enter on-line at www.xtramsn.co.nz

You must be over 18 to enter and available to travel to Atiamuri for the weekend of 26 and 27 February 2005

ENDS

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