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Go To Ellerslie Flower Show, Win Trip To Singapore

Media release
September 19 2005

Head To Ellerslie Flower Show And Win The Trip Of A Lifetime To Singapore!

Ellerslie Flower Show visitors are in with a chance to win the holiday of a lifetime, courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board and Singapore Airlines.

The fantastic prize will be a journey of exploration through the culture and exotic gardens of Singapore. The competition winners will visit Singapore Botanic Gardens, wander the beautiful National Orchid Garden, browse the shopping paradise of Orchard Road, take a trip to Sentosa Island, enjoy a night safari at Singapore Zoo and relax with a Singapore Sling at the legendary Raffles Hotel!

The fabulous package includes return air tickets for two flying Singapore Airlines, with four nights accommodation in Singapore. Travel insurance is supplied by Tower Insurance Ltd.

Entry forms for the prize are featured on all ticket wallets, and need to be dropped in the competition box at the Exotic Perfumed Orchids of Singapore display in the Twinings Floral Art Marquee at Ellerslie Flower Show. The 64sqm of beautiful, rare, scented orchids from Singapore and South East Asia will be on show in the exhibit.

Tickets to the Show can be purchased at any Ticketek outlet, by contacting 09 307 5000 (or your local Ticketek number) or via the website www.ticketek.co.nz.

Early Bird tickets will be available until the end of the business day, Monday, October 17th 2005 and after this date full price tickets will be on sale. Please note that service fees will apply.

ENDS

Ticket information:

For further queries please check out www.ellerslieflowershow.co.nz. The site's 'Ticket' link provides full information on prices and where to obtain tickets.

Ellerslie Flower Show 2005 thanks the following sponsors:

*.. New Zealand Gardener - Gold sponsor
*.. Manukau City - Host City
*.. Pacific Retail Finance - Silver sponsor
*.. Twinings - Silver sponsor
*.. Tower Insurance - Silver sponsor
* Foodtown and Woolworths - Silver sponsor
*.. Newstalk ZB - Silver sponsor

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