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PureGayNZ.com Gearing up for Get it On! Big Gay Out 2012

PureGayNZ.com Gearing up for Get it On! Big Gay Out 2012

Gay and Lesbian Tourism New Zealand, PureGayNZ.com is gearing up for this weekend’s The Get it On! Big Gay Out.

The Big Gay out is New Zealand’s premier Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender event and will return to Coyle Park, Pt Chevalier this Sunday, 12 February 2012.

The event is an annual opportunity for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and transgender communities to come together, enjoy each others company and celebrate diversity.

This year the team from PureGayNZ.com are attending to represent operators from throughout New Zealand.

“Having successfully marketed Gay and Lesbian owned and friendly tourism businesses for the past 8-years, were keen to finally make this step and represent operators at this huge event. In 2011, more than 10,000 people attended and in 2012 the Big Gay Out promises to be the best yet, said Vijay Naiker, Managing Director of Pure NZ Marketing Group”.

With a fantastic selection of quality nationwide accommodation and tourism products growing by the day, PureGayNZ.com is New Zealand’s Gay and Lesbian Tourism gateway operated here in New Zealand to support New Zealand Tourism operators. Visit the PureGayNZ.com booth during this year’s Get it On Big Gay Out and go in the draw to win a mystery accommodation package within the North Island.

The Big Gay Out has been running since the 1990s and is organised and run by the New Zealand AIDS Foundation.

The event runs from 11:00am until 7:00pm, Sunday, 12 February 2012 and with headline acts such as ZOWIE and MANTHYNG, Dmynority (Hip Hop Dance Crew), Pearlz of Meganesianz, Titch Marvel and the Paparazzi Dolls “this years Get it On Big Gay Out is guaranteed to be a great day for all walks of life” said Mr Naiker.

Further information http://www.puregaynz.com | http://www.getiton.co.nz/big-gay-out/

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