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Invivo hits the streets with “Another Stunner” campaign

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Thursday 1 December, 2011
Auckland, New Zealand

Invivo hits the streets with “Another Stunner” campaign

Invivo is launching an outdoor poster campaign across New Zealand this month with hundreds of Invivo posters being placed around busy street locations in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. To design the poster Invivo appointed creative Tristan O’Shannessy.

Invivo cofounder Tim Lightbourne comments “We’re very happy with Tristan’s work, he’s produced a unique watercolour poster for this campaign with the tagline Another Stunner that will work well for outdoor, especially over the important summer period”
The Invivo “Another Stunner” campaign will also appear in print in various national magazine publications over summer and in point of sale.

It’s been a positive last few months for Invivo and their 2011 vintage, winning Champion Wine of the Show and Sauvignon Blanc trophy at the inaugural 2011 Marlborough Wine Show, International Sauvignon Blanc trophy, NZ Sauvignon Blanc Trophy and gold at the 2011 Cathay Pacific International Wine and Spirit Competition in Hong Kong, Blue Gold and Top 100 Wines in Sydney and 5 stars from Michael Cooper in his latest 2012 Buyer’s Guide to New Zealand Wine.

The two Invivo cofounders Lightbourne and winemaker Rob Cameron have just spent the last few weeks in UK & Europe promoting Invivo’s 2011 vintage at tastings and visiting customers. A highlight was hosting an Invivo tasting event with their distributor Codorniu UK at the famous Gleneagles golf club in Scotland, location of the 2014 Ryder Cup and an Invivo outlet.

ENDS

www.invivowines.com

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