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TV Billboards that Shine

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4th DECEMBER 2003

TV Billboards that Shine


Image: Upper Queen Street)

Here's a company taking time out to share some good news! The innovative Channel, Shine TV (Channel 99 on Sky Digital) is brightening Aucklanders lives this month with its colourful billboards proclaiming the Christmas message from the city rooftops. Shine TV’s desire is to ‘jog your memory’ about the real meaning of Christmas. The four billboards positioned around the CBD are sure to bring a smile to many a frustrated motorist or weary shopper.

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