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Still time for Kiwis to have their say

Media release

14 October 2013

Still time for Kiwis to have their say

More than 180 NZ Made products from all over the country have been nominated for Buy NZ Made’s first ever “People’s Choice Awards”, in association with TSB Bank.

The public voting period to decide the finalists in five product categories comes to a close on Friday (October 18) and Buy NZ Made are encouraging the public to get involved and support their favourite Kiwi products.

“We have organised the People’s Choice Awards to showcase the range of great products that are made in New Zealand” said Buy NZ Made Manager Trina Snow. “It has been pleasing to have so many businesses involved, and the public have really got behind the initiative during the first three weeks of voting”.

All voters are in with a chance to win a fantastic prize, which includes a TSB Bank WebSaver account loaded with $1,000, a NZ Made prize pack, two VIP tickets to attend the Awards evening at SkyCity Convention Centre on Thursday October 31 and a night’s accommodation at SkyCity Auckland.

The classic Kiwiana-themed Awards evening will be a celebration of NZ products, with Gary McCormick as MC, a quality array of New Zealand food and drink, an appearance by J-Geek and The Geeks and a selection of much loved Kiwi music.

Owned and run by Business NZ, the Buy NZ Made campaign began in 1988. The campaign was established to encourage people to buy and sell NZ made products, both locally and on the world stage.

To vote or to purchase tickets to the Awards night, visit www.peopleschoice.org.nz
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