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Cookie Times Awesome Day Out for 5 Young NZers

Cookie Times Awesome Day Out for 5 Young New Zealanders

But 5 lucky kids have won the Awesome Day Out! In the style of the Willy Wonka story, this prize is the most awesome day imaginable for them and their best friends or parent.

Here's a brief agenda of what their day consists of:

Saturday 9th December

9:20am: Limo's arrive at airport, take winners to Cookie Time

9:45am: Factory tour & hot cookies

10:15am: Limo to Ruapuna Raceway

10:25am: Car Racing & Harley riding at Ruapuna

11:25am: 3 x Helicopters arrive at Ruapuna

11:30am: Heli's to leave for Hanmer Springs

12:15pm: Heli's arrive at Thrillseekers, Hanmer

12:20pm: Jet boat, Bungee Jumping & Lunch

1:45pm: Heli to Thermal Springs

1:55pm: Hydrosliding & hot pooling

3:00pm: Heli to Wigram Airbase

3:40pm: Acrobatic plane rides and skydiving

5:15pm: Cookie Muncher farewells winners

Awesome Day Out Winners are:

Westcoast: Kailah Stuart 14yrs & friend Brenna Cust 13yrs

Invercargill: Daniel MacKenzie 12yrs & his Grandad John MacKenzie

Nelson: Cyril Upson 12yrs & friend Nick Van Maanen 12yrs

Otaki: Nicholas Lombard 15yrs & friend Dissie Kruger 16yrs

Auckland: Morgan Fee 10yrs & her dad Rod Fee

Photo Opportunities 1. At 11.25am 3 Helicopters arrive at Ruapuna Raceway to collect winners. A possible shot is: Winning children (& Cookie Muncher) in front of Racecars which are parked in front of the Helicopters.

*please note though: our timing for the day is very tight, so should a photographer be wanting to get this shot, we will need to insist that it takes as short amount of time as possible.



2. At 3.35pm the 3 helicopters return the winners to Wigram Airbase for their next activity which is skydiving and acrobatic biplane flights. A similar shot may be possible here: winners in front of biplane, maybe helicopters in shot as well.

NB.. Photos available John McCombe on the INL Editorial Hub or contact John on 025 330 461 or e-mail...photosouth@xtra.co.nz

Contact Details For Sat 9 Dec

Mobile 1 (Jaqcui's) 021 265 6745 Mobile 2 (Verity's) 021 837 489

Pager (Michael's) 026 251 4012

Alternatively, we will be at:

Ruapuna from 10.25am -> 11.30am on (03) 349 3600

Thrillseekers from 12.15pm -> 1.45 on 03 315 7046

Barnstormers/Chch Parachute School on Ph: 343 5542 or 025 388 880

For further Information:

David Lynch Momentus Public Relations Ltd Po Box 36321 Christchurch New Zealand Ph 64-3-355-4422 Fax 64-3-355-3336 Mobile 025- 226-9409 email david@momentus.co.nz


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