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Nic Andrew is MTV's Newest VJ

This November meet Nic Andrew, MTV's newest VJ. MTV viewers voted Nic the winner of the MTV VJ Search, connected by Vodafone. Nic, a 21-year-old advertising and marketing student originally from Tauranga, won a a three-month contract as a VJ for MTV NZ, a Motorola V3X 3G mobile with bluetooth headphones from Vodafone, $100 Vodafone prepay credit, plus two tickets to attend the MTV Australia Video Music Awards.

See Nic Andrew in action alongside seasoned VJ's Amber Peebles and Geoff Bell on Full Tank, Friday's, 4pm-5pm. Check out Nic's bio on www.mtv.co.nz

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