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Invitation For Media To Attend Campaign Launches

PRESS RELEASE
28 October 1999

John Bryant
Executive Director

INVITATION FOR MEDIA TO ATTEND CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES

You are cordially invited to attend any of the following Campaign Launches:

CENTRE: Auckland
DATE: 1 November 1999
VENUE: North Harbour Stadium, Albany (President’s Room) Oteha Road
TIME: 7.30 pm

CENTRE: Tauranga
DATE: 2 November 1999
VENUE: Oasis Christian Centre, 134 Devonport Road, Tauranga
TIME: 7.30 pm

CENTRE: Wellington
DATE: 3 November 1999
VENUE: National Library Auditorium. Cnr Aitken and Molesworth Sts, Wellington
TIME: 7.45 pm

CENTRE: Christchurch
DATE: 4 November 1999
VENUE: Copthorne Hotel, Floor 10, Cnr Durham and Kilmore Sts, Christchurch
TIME: 7.30 pm

Both Philip Sherry and our MP, Frank Grover will attend most of these launches. It is hoped that another well-known New Zealand personality will also attend the Auckland Launch. The guest speaker in all cases will be Party Leader Graham Capill.

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