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Fairfax Media Young Spikes competitions close TODAY at 5 pm

17 July 2012

Last chance to get your entry in – Fairfax Media Young Spikes competitions close TODAY at 5 pm

Entries for the Fairfax Media Young Spikes Integrated and Young Spikes Media Competitions are due today by 5 pm.

The judges are looking forward to seeing the entries and selecting the two teams to represent New Zealand at Spikes Asia in Singapore in September.

Group Sales and Marketing Manager Sandra King says she’s looking forward to seeing the work of the industry’s brightest and best young talent.

“The development of our industry is something we’re passionate about. We’re thrilled to be able to take two teams of our industry’s brightest up and comers to Singapore to compete in the Young Spikes competitions.”

Winners of the competitions will be announced at a function at Fairfax Media on 24 July, to which all entrants are invited.

All entries must be received at the following address by 5pm on Tuesday 17 July.

Postal address:
Nicola Igusa
Fairfax Media Young Media Spikes Competition 2012
PO Box 90741
Victoria Street West
Auckland 1142

Physical address:
Nicola Igusa
Fairfax Media Young Media Spikes Competition 2012
2 Hereford Street
Freeman’s Bay

No extensions are available and entries arriving after the closing date will be excluded from judging. For more information contact Nicola Igusa at


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