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‘Win Huge On The Luge’ With Massive New Competition From Sky

Media Release from Skyline Enterprises

21st August 2012

‘Win Huge On The Luge’ With Massive New Competition From Skyline

Skyline Enterprises, one of New Zealand’s leading tourism companies, has just launched a massive new competition for fans of their unique Luge experience. Simple to enter, the competition gives entrants the chance to win a truly remarkable prize package which includes the opportunity for a group of 4 to experience the thrill of the Luge in Rotorua, Queenstown and Singapore. Return International flights, domestic transfers and 5 nights’ accommodation make sure the prize will provide a genuine Luge adventure of a lifetime.

The Luge is a real kiwi icon. Invented in Rotorua in 1985, the gravity fuelled fun has been keeping smiles on the faces of eager Luge Riders for many years. The success of the Luge operations in Rotorua and Queenstown has provided the impetus to take the fun overseas. You can now Luge at Sentosa Island, Singapore, in Canada at Mt Tremblant and the soon-to-open Calgary site, plus there is a new development in South Korea in the pipeline. The Luge fan base is now fully international and this competition is perfect for eager Luge riders who want the opportunity to experience part of that international flavour.

“This is a unique chance to win a truly fantastic prize and experience the Luge in 3 exciting locations” says Neil Kilby, Skyline Enterprises Group Manager Sales & Marketing. “One thing everyone says about the Luge is that ‘once is never enough’, so this competition addresses that and will help showcase New Zealand to Singapore and vice versa. We are especially pleased to have the support of Grabaseat for this competition”.

Not only is the competition easy to enter (simply go online, fill in the details and that’s it), but each entrant will have the opportunity to take advantage of a special discounted offer.

To enter the competition and for full terms and conditions, visit www.skylineluge.com

Skyline Enterprises is a leading provider of tourism operations with interests in accommodation, dinning, scenic flights, cruise, adventure activities, plus much more. For information about this competition or any of the Skyline products please contact:

Neil Kilby

Group Sales & Marketing Manager

ENDS

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