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Lingerie Models support NZ rugby sevens team!

PRESS RELEASE – For immediate release
Wednesday 4th February 2009

Lingerie Models support NZ rugby sevens team!


Wellington, New Zealand - Kirkcaldie and Stains (Wellington) and international lingerie brand Triumph have teamed up to present a ‘Cleavage on Demand’ live window display to show their support of the boys in black.

Much like Rugby Sevens - Cleavage on Demand is all about control. Rather than controlling possession of the ball, Cleavage on Demand gives you the power to have the Cleavage you want it, when you want it!

The Live window display will be held between 12 – 2pm on Thursday 5 February at Kirkcaldie and Stains Department Store on Lambton Quay. Sure to attract plenty of attention from the passing sevens parade!

"We are proud to support this exciting International event held in Wellington , and the live window adds a great deal of entertainment for our customers" says John Milford, Managing Director of Kirkcaldie and Stains.

Victoria Fitzgerald (National Sales Manager for Triumph NZ) is also thrilled to be involved: “Cleavage on Demand is such a fun range – perfect for strong and inde-pendent woman who want to give their bust a boost. The Wellington Sevens is also all about fun - the perfect showcase for this product”.

The Cleavage on Demand range features something for every outfit and occasion. The perfect accessory for any ‘wanna be WAGS’ who desire a bit of oomph under their Sevens costume …and of course a great edition to the wardrobe when the fun is over!


ENDS

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