Snooze…and You Win
7 August, 2013
Nearly 350 New Zealanders have so far applied
for the dream job where you earn while you sleep.
manufacturer Sealy NZ has launched a nationwide promotion to
find a sleep ambassador, someone who enjoys a settled snooze
and is happy to write about it.
The successful sleep
ambassador picks up a slumber package worth more than
With entries closing on Monday (12 August) at
5pm, the company has already had 344 Kiwis registering for
the lie down task.
To become one of nine finalists,
entrants need to convince the judging panel as to why they
would be the dream sleep ambassador. The winner will be
chosen by public vote and announced on August 26.
promotion is underway now at www.sealy.co.nz and the
winner is required to keep a sleep journal, offer product
feedback and blog about the experience.
The prize package
includes a top-of-the-range Sealy Posturepedic bed, worth
$5,699, linen from Wallace Cotton, an iPad and $100 a night
for the month of September.
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