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Random Acts of Kindness - FREE HUGS!

Random Acts of Kindness - FREE HUGS!

We are members of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) who are representing an international chiropractic student organisation – the World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS).

In an international effort to promote Random Acts of Kindness and boost community support, we are holding an Auckland first! This Friday, the 11th July from 4pm until 7pm, we are giving away free hugs, compliments and spreading the love throughout central Auckland. Our team will be spread out across 7 locations wearing blue bandanas. The Auckland City Council has approved this event and we are super excited to have their support. Auckland is the international kickoff point for this event and we are excited to have other Chiropractic Colleges from across America, Europe, Africa and Australasia partaking throughout 2014.

We would love to invite you and anyone within your organisation or affiliates that would like to enjoy free hugs and compliments or would like to be involved in any way to show up on the day at the following locations:
• Corner Vulcan Lane and Queen Street
• Queen Street opposite Vulcan Lane
• Corner Queen and Wellesley Streets (Outside Smith and Caughey’s)
• Queen Street opposite Smith & Caughey’s
• Quay Street opposite the Ferry Building
• Lower Albert Street outside PWC Building
• Corner Elliot and Darby Streets

World Congress of Chiropractic Students
New Zealand College of Chiropractic Chapter
www.wccsworldwide.com
www.nzccwccs.weebly.com

ENDS

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