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UnitedFuture unveils new logo

Monday, 13 August 2007

UnitedFuture unveils new logo

UnitedFuture today unveiled its new logo, heralding what party leader Peter Dunne said was a revitalisation of the party before next year's general election.

"We have come successfully through some challenging times; party membership is expanding; we continue to see our policies and promises become realities because we have successfully mastered the art of being a modern, centre party that provides balance to the major parties in Government.

"Our achievements in the fields of business tax reform; the tax treatment of charitable donations; and helping to bring the MMP parties together to promote better behaviour in Parliament are all concrete signs that UnitedFuture can play a vital role in the betterment of New Zealand society," he said.

Mr Dunne said UnitedFuture has also adopted a new mission statement as follows:

"UnitedFuture is a modern centre party, focused on New Zealand's best interests. We promote strong families and vibrant communities. We seek a fair, and open society, free from poverty, ignorance and prejudice, and based on innovation, self-reliance, justice and integrity in business and personal dealings.

We promote a sustainable environment, and a competitive economy which encourages growth, prosperity, ownership and opportunity through market policies where possible, and government where necessary. We want all New Zealanders, whatever their background, race or creed, to have the chance to enjoy everything that is good in our country."

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