News Video | Policy | GPs | Hospitals | Medical | Mental Health | Welfare | Search

 


5+ A Day creates monster competition

MEDIA RELEASE

17 July 2013

For immediate release

5+ A Day creates monster competition

5+ A Day has partnered with Disney Pixar to celebrate the release of the new movie Monsters University.

Throughout the month of July, fans can go to 5+ A Day’s Facebook page and enter a draw to win weekly prizes of movie tickets and movie merchandise. Each entry will automatically go into the draw to win a private screening of Monsters University at a cinema. The lucky winner will get to take 20 of their friends along to the screening.

This is the first time 5+ A Day and Disney Pixar have worked together on a promotion. "Collaborating with Disney Pixar allows us to connect with kids and families in new ways" says General Manager for 5+ A Day, Paula Dudley. “And by utilising our social media channels we can reach a huge number of people.”   

A prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., this 3-D animated family comedy features the genesis of the friendship between monsters Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) and James P. Sullivan, "Sulley" (voice of John Goodman) as they arrive at university in pursuit of their dreams to become professional Scarers.   

Visit facebook.com/5adayNZ to enter.  

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Māori Language Week: He Karanga Kia Kaha Ake Te Tīhau Ki Te Reo Māori

The Māori Language Commission wishes to see social media swamped with Māori language tweets and messages for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori using the hashtag #tekupu. More>>

ALSO:

Book Vote: Kiwis Prefer Young Adult & Classics

To compile their Top 100 List for 2014, Whitcoulls again asked New Zealanders to vote for their favourite books and authors. And while classic novels continue to appeal to Kiwi readers, 2014 marks a significant new trend – the increasing popularity of novels for young adults. More>>

ALSO:

Five NZ Cities: Bill Bailey Back To The Southern Hemisphere

The gap between how we imagine our lives to be and how they really are is the subject of Bill’s new show Limboland. With his trademark intelligence and sharp wit, he tells tales of finding himself in this halfway place. More>>

Scoop Review Of Books: Book Television Is Coming

Carole Beu of The Women’s Bookshop in Auckland, Graham Beattie of The Book Blog and producer Deb Faith of FaceTV have raised enough money via crowd funding at Boosted – just under $7,000 so far – for 12 episodes, which begin production in September, and will be on screen later that month. More>>

Electric Sheep: Light Nelson Exceeds All Expectations

Light Nelson exceeded all expectations drawing over 40,000 people over two nights to the Queens Gardens and surrounds. The event, with over 40 installations from local and national artists, is in its second year, and organisers were hoping they’d top last year’s crowd of 16,000. More>>

MacGyver: Richard Dean Anderson To Attend Armageddon This October

New Zealand’s biggest pulp-culture event, the Armageddon Expo is proud to announce the world’s most recognised DIY action hero will be attending the Auckland event at the ASB Showgrounds from October 24th to 27th. More>>

ALSO:

Barbershop Gold: Māori Party Singing Praises Of The Musical Island Boys

The Maori Party has congratulated four young men on a mission, who in 2002 took up barbershop singing at Tawa College, and tonight took out the Gold Medal in the 2014 International Barbershop Harmony Society competitions in Las Vegas. More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
Health
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news