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A new benchmark for political advertising

THE FAMILY PARTY

www.familyparty.org.nz

 

PRESS STATEMENT FOR RELEASE
 
The gamble: A new benchmark for political advertising
Saturday 17th May, Mangere 
 
 17 May 2008. The Family Party will be releasing a new DVD advertisement at its conference in Mangere today that is sure to set a new benchmark for online political advertising.

The advertisement is titled ‘the gamble’ and depicts a hard-hitting message for this year’s voters, filmed downtown Auckland.  

“Today’s conference effectively commences our nationwide campaign and we thought there’s no better way to do that than launching a hard-hitting, state of the art online advertisement. So we’ll be showing it at conference this morning and then it will be uploaded onto our website and promoted throughout the extensive online community, ” says Mr Lewis.

Conference registrations (free) commence at 10am with the event scheduled to begin at 11am.

 

"I'd tell you more but you really should see it for yourself," he added.

 

MEDIA PACKS WITH A COPY OF THE DVD WILL BE PROVIDED ON ARRIVAL

 

Conference Details:

Saturday 17th May 2008

10am – 3pm

Nga Tapuwae Community Centre

253 Buckland Road

Mangere East

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Richard Lewis: 0275 398730


 

 

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