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Sky Tower “The Tower Of Party Treats ”

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28 March 2006

SKY TOWER “THE TOWER OF PARTY TREATS ”
FOR APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS


As SKYCITY celebrates it’s 10th anniversary, join the “party in the sky” these April school holidays where not only will you enjoy the spectacular views from Sky Tower, but there will be live entertainment for the children each day (11am to 3:15pm daily from 14 April – 25 April).

All children visiting Sky Tower during the holiday period will enjoy party cake, a goodie bag including a free child’s movie pass to a movie of their choice* at any Village SKYCITY Cinema, daily entertainment shows by fun characters StarFish and Sweet Pea & Super Hero and party decorations.

For further information about the Sky Tower “party in the sky” promotion, phone 09 363 6000 or visit www.skycityauckland.co.nz.

*Special conditions apply. Normal Sky Tower admission prices apply.

Note: Sky Tower turns 10 years old next year (August 2007).


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