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Last Chance To Vote!

Thu, 28 Oct 2004

Last Chance To Vote!

The Sony Ericsson Urban Lifestyle Awards 2004

If you haven¹t voted for Auckland¹s finest of 2004 then fill in your nominees next to the categories below and email your votes to You will automatically be in the draw to win thousands of dollars worth of Sony Ericsson mobile phones, Triple 5 Soul Clothing and Von Zipper eyewear + seats at the award ceremony which takes place at Coast Bar November 13th!

Auckland's finest:

* · Hip Hop DJ - * * · RnB DJ - * * · House DJ- * * · Drum n Bass DJ- * * · All round DJ- * * · MC- * * · Rap Group- * * · Hair Salon- * * · Urban lifestyle Fashion retailer- * * · Action sport Fashion retailer- * * · Shoe store- * * · Male fashion model- * * · Female fashion model- * * · Nightclub/Bar- * * · Gym- * * · Café - * * · Restaurant - * * · Dance/Music event or Club night- * * · Graf artist- * * · Music store- * * · Radio station- * * · Bouncer-


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