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‘V’ $100K money drops cancelled

MEDIA RELEASE 29th April 2008

‘V’ $100K money drops cancelled


The People’s Republic of ‘V’ regretfully announces that due to circumstances out of our control, we are forced to cancel all three $100K Money Drops.

These were to take place;
* Wednesday April 30 in Auckland’s Western Springs Stadium
* Thursday May 1 in Christchurch at Canterbury University
* Friday May 2 in Dunedin at Otago University

We regret having to make this decision and have tried every option possible to make these events happen. However due to certain public safety issues raised by the authorities we have been forced to cancel the events. In light of these concerns we could not in good conscience continue with the events if they in any way placed our consumers in any form of personal danger.

We are currently working on a new plan and WILL STILL BE GIVING AWAY THE $100k AND PALLET OF ‘V’ and will let you know as soon as we can.


ENDS

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