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APN Outdoor's FIHP Plans 1 Hell Of An After Party

APN Outdoor's FIHP Turns 1 And Plans 1 Hell Of A Media Awards After Party


APN Outdoor today announced it will host the CAANZ Media Awards 2011 after party with the biggest 'Friends in High Places' event yet, to mark FIHP's first birthday.

The fourth event since FIHP launched last year, the Media Awards after party will be held on Thursday the 2nd of June at Studio Venue, a setting that will cater to over 600 expected attendees.

At the close of the CAANZ media awards, the FIHP after party will commence at 10pm. CAANZ Media Awards guests will have the option of catching a complimentary Mini to the venue, courtesy of Mini Garage of Ponsonby Road. Guests will be treated to a Japanese themed, theatrical event full of surprises, set against the beats of North Shore Pony Club.

North Shore Pony Club, the artists behind the highly popular tracks 'Star Wookie' and 'Vice', have rocked events such as Big Day Out. Now they join Dane Rumble, P Diggs, and State of Mind on the list of FIHP headliners.

Phil Clemas, General Manager, APN Outdoor said:

"It is a great coincidence that the Media Awards fall on the same date as FIHP's 1st Birthday. Our birthday wasn't the only draw card to hosting the after party. Many of our partners and clients will be celebrating wins of their own that night. As far as APNO is concerned this gives us every excuse to throw one hell of a party for our whole industry to enjoy. And by enjoy, I mean don't plan any meetings for the following morning."

Invitations to APN Outdoor's FIHP CAANZ Media Awards after party have been extended to all guests of the Media Awards and special VIPs. No RSVP is necessary for this event.

Like events before it, the FIHP After Party has a billboard campaign behind it displayed on sites on The Strand, Parnell and Anzac Ave. The creative uses Japanese folklore to create an equation that peaks interest and is supported by a line of Japanese words which begs for translation.

In conjunction with this translation quiz, a competition is running on Facebook, giving away five $100 bar tabs. All interested parties should join the group and tag themselves in the image for their chance to win.

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