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Vodafone launches biggest VNZMA campaign ever

Media Release
31 October, 2013

Vodafone launches biggest VNZMA campaign ever

Vodafone today kicks off a campaign to get New Zealand moving for the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, to celebrate its ten year partnership of the event.

To get Kiwis pumped ahead of the biggest night in New Zealand music, Vodafone has launched the “Shake It” competition within the official VNZMA app.

Vodafone customers who Shake It will be in with a chance to win tickets to the VNZMA on 21 November. 500 double passes are up for grabs as well as VIP prize packs*.

Vodafone Consumer Director, Matt Williams says Vodafone is excited to mark its decade-long support of the Awards and Kiwi music.

“We wanted to give fans a taste of Kiwi music to shake their way to the Awards – so we’ve brought together top local R&B artist Aaradhna, and hip-hop producer P-Money to produce a new single, ‘Dapper Man’. Shake to the music, take a photo or video and send it to us via facebook or the VNZMA app to be in to win tickets to the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. It’s going to be interesting to see how people rise to the challenge!

“Dapper Man is free to download from the VNZMA app – giving Kiwis every reason to warm-up to this epic evening!”

ENDS

Notes to editors:

*VIP prize pack includes:

• Three prize packs including a double VIP pass to the VNZMAs, flights and accommodation in Auckland (for those outside of the Auckland region)
• Auckland winners (top 500 scores) will win a double pass to the Awards (general admission)
Vodafone People’s Choice Awards

The Vodafone People’s Choice Awards allows music fans to have their say in the destiny of their favourite artist.

To register your vote, TXT the name of the artist you want to win to 787 (TXTs are free for Vodafone customers; standard charges apply for other networks).

Aaradhna TXT Aaradhna to 787
Stan Walker TXT Stan to 787
Titanium TXT Titanium to 787
Lorde TXT Lorde to 787
Shapeshifter TXTShape to 787

Or visit www.vodafone.co.nz and click on your favourite artist to register your vote (one vote per person only).

One lucky voter will win the ultimate VNZMA prize pack including flights and accommodation in Auckland, two VIP tickets to the Awards Show and the chance to take the stage and present the Vodafone People’s Choice Award on 21 November.

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