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NZ Music Month 2005 T-Shirts To Retail

Wednesday 20 April

NZ Music Month 2005 T-Shirts To Retail For First Time

As a result of huge public demand, the NZ Music Month Committee has teamed up with Hallensteins to make the official NZ Music Month 2005 T-shirt available for sale for the first time!

Previously only distributed as highly sought-after promotional items, the official t-shirts are available in the colour of NZ Music Month 2005 – black, the official colour of music full stop - from Hallensteins stores nationwide.

As always, the black t-shirts are emblazoned with NZ Music Month’s target logo on the front, and “NZ Music Month 2005” text in both English and Maori on the back. Priced at $29.95, the t-shirts come in a variety of both mens’and womens’ fits.

“It’s great to have an opportunity for the public to show their support for New Zealand Music Month” says Ant Healey, Chair of the NZ Music Month Committee “And I’m sure that music fans, if not all New Zealanders, don’t need much convincing to pull a black t-shirt over their heads.”

Official NZ Music Month 2005 T-shirts - on sale nationwide at Hallensteins stores from May 1st.


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