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RDU: Prizes!! Prizes !! Prizes!!

RDU: Prizes!! Prizes !! Prizes!!

Prizes. The word on everyones lips in Christchurch at the moment. Musicians are trembling at the prospect of getting their hands on the prizes on offer for the Dux-de-Lux RounDUp 2006 and, of course, enscribing their name on ‘The Midget Guitar of Glory’.

RDU continues its commitment to Christchurch music by again putting together the most sought after prize pack in town.

We are proud to announce that all of the supporters of RounDUp 2005 are back on board for 2006. This shows the ongoing committment that these businesses have to music in Christchurch.

The winner of Dux-de-Lux RounDup 2006 will receive all of the things that a band needs to take them to the

Next level in their careers. The prize pack will include:

• Recording with Avalance Studios and production with Failsafe Records of a promotional single and b-side (www.failsaferecords.com)

• A video for your single by Gorilla Pictures (www.gorillapictures.co.nz)

• Pressing 500 cd’s with artwork at Media Technology (www.mediatechnology.co.nz)

• Printing 300 posters from Printmax (www.printmax.co.nz)

• Poster placement from Phantom Billsticers (www.0800phantom.co.nz)

• An advertising credit with RDU98.5FM (www.rdu.org.nz)

• CD and poster artwork designed by The New Embassy (www.thenewembassy.co.nz)

All of this, AND additional promotional opportunities which are being organised as we speak.

Again, thanks to all of these businesses and the Dux-de-Lux. Give them your support.

ENDS


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