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Publisher applauds Buy Kiwi Made campaign

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New Zealand board game publisher applauds Buy Kiwi Made campaign.

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Independent board game publisher, Matt Taylor, says "Sue Bradford, Green MP and government spokesperson for the Buy Kiwi Made campaign, is on the right track and deserves applause for her tireless efforts to promote Kiwi made products."
Taylor who markets the board game BreakScore® through his web site www.breakscore.com exhibited at the campaign's recent showcase launch at the Beehive. He says he "was delighted to participate and is confident that this initiative to promote Kiwi made products will stimulate growth. It's a great step forward, a win win situation for all Kiwis."


Visits to Taylor's web site www.breakscore.com has risen dramatically in the past two weeks and on-line orders are at a record high. Taylor says "Credit for this increased activity can be attributed to Sue Bradford and others who are spreading the word about the Buy Kiwi Made campaign."

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