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Tribe Wanted!!

Tribe Wanted!!

5000 people. 1 Unique tribe. 1 Fijian Island. A tribe is wanted. This is not Reality TV. This is REAL LIFE.

Two british entrepreneurs want 5000 people to join their GLOBAL tribe and create an eco-community on a tropical Island.

Membership to the tribe entitles tribe members to access the online community, a 1, 2 or 3 week stay on Vorovoro (Adventure Island) in Fiji and the chance to be a part of a world first adventure.

Worldwide media interest has been HUGE, see more on the project and press at (tribewanted in the press page). It has appeared in many of the worlds largest newspapers and featured on TV, in particular the TODAY Show in the U.S.A.

Presently around 6 New Zealanders have joined the tribe.

In 2002 at age 15 I released my plans for a similar idea and this ran front page of the Waikato Times. After getting in touch with the founders of TribeWanted they have asked me to handle the New Zealand promotion of the project.

For more information visit or contact me:

027 4858 725
07 849 5398


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