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Famous Kiwi dads get behind Plunket Father’s Day Auction

24 August 2011

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Famous Kiwi dads get behind Plunket Father’s Day Auction
with JOHNSON’S® baby




Plunket and JOHNSON’S® baby have teamed up to celebrate dads this Father’s Day, with a charity auction on Trade Me.


Famous Kiwi dads like Prime Minister John Key, Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe, Mark Richardson from New Zealand’s favourite sports show The Crowd Goes Wild and Shane Cortese from Outrageous Fortune and Nothing Trivial are all auctioning off items to the highest Trade Me bidder.


Rob Fyfe, CEO of Air New Zealand is helping to raise funds by auctioning off a flight simulator session with chief pilot David Morgan. Other items up for grabs include an exclusive behind the scenes experience on the set of The Crowd Goes Wild with Mark Richardson, a private gig with Shane Cortese and his band, a hot lap in a V8 supercar and a guided tour and lunch for 4 at Academy Award-winning Wellington-based feature film facility, Park Road Post Production.


“Knowing what to get your dad every Father’s Day can be tricky,” says Plunket CEO Jenny Prince. “This auction is a great way to get him something really exciting and unique for Father’s Day and it will help raise much needed funds for Plunket’s work with Kiwi dads and families.”


Plunket and JOHNSON’S® invite everyone to bid on the Trade Me auction from this Friday 26 August to Father’s Day Sunday 4th September at www.trademe.co.nz/plunket All auction winners will get their unique Father’s Day experience plus a gift pack of JOHNSON’S® baby and adult products for the whole family to enjoy.


For more information or to donate to Plunket visit the JOHNSON’S® baby Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Johnsons-Baby-New-Zealand/158207220907461?sk=app_249373941763023


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