Want to see NZ from a stretched limo?

Want to see NZ from a stretched limo?

GT Limo & Ewen

Ever fancied travelling New Zealand in a stretched Limo?  The ‘Big Night In’ TV3 telethon on August 8 and 9 will feature a unique opportunity for one lucky Kiwi to travel from Christchurch to Auckland in luxurious style.

“The GT Limo crew are planning to complete the Big Drive during the telethon, leaving Christchurch at the start of the broadcast and arriving in Auckland 22 hours later,” said comedian and GT Radial Ambassador, Ewen ‘The Westie’ Gilmour.

“We are also auctioning a seat in the GT Limo to raise funds for the KidsCan charity, with the successful bidder enjoying flights to Christchurch and home again from Auckland, an Interisland ferry crossing, hours of jokes and a hot shower in Picton. “It’s certainly going to be a one-of-a-kind, 1080km long road trip up State Highway 1.”

The auction is underway from July 25 on www.sella.co.nz and the winner will ideally have a fun loving disposition, sense of humour, money raising attitude and isn’t scared to get up early for a 6.25am ferry crossing.

“It’s a whistle-stop tour, but a unique way to support the first New Zealand telethon in 15 years,” said Ewen. “Money raised will benefit Kiwi kids through the KidsCan StandTall Charitable Trust which aims to remove the physical barriers preventing financially disadvantaged children in low decile schools from getting the most out of their education.”

All money raised from the GT Limo Big Drive auction will be donated directly to The Big Night In and this once-in-a-lifetime item is courtesy of GT Radial tyres.

The GT Limo team enjoys support from the Interislander ferry, which is donating the cost of the vehicle crossing and passenger fares of the Big Drive participants.

More information about the telethon can be found at www.bignightin.co.nz

GT Limo & Ewen

Ever fancied travelling New Zealand in a stretched Limo?  The ‘Big Night In’ TV3 telethon on August 8 and 9 will feature a unique opportunity for one lucky Kiwi to travel from Christchurch to Auckland in luxurious style.

“The GT Limo crew are planning to complete the Big Drive during the telethon, leaving Christchurch at the start of the broadcast and arriving in Auckland 22 hours later,” said comedian and GT Radial Ambassador, Ewen ‘The Westie’ Gilmour.

“We are also auctioning a seat in the GT Limo to raise funds for the KidsCan charity, with the successful bidder enjoying flights to Christchurch and home again from Auckland, an Interisland ferry crossing, hours of jokes and a hot shower in Picton. “It’s certainly going to be a one-of-a-kind, 1080km long road trip up State Highway 1.”

The auction is underway from July 25 on www.sella.co.nz and the winner will ideally have a fun loving disposition, sense of humour, money raising attitude and isn’t scared to get up early for a 6.25am ferry crossing.

“It’s a whistle-stop tour, but a unique way to support the first New Zealand telethon in 15 years,” said Ewen. “Money raised will benefit Kiwi kids through the KidsCan StandTall Charitable Trust which aims to remove the physical barriers preventing financially disadvantaged children in low decile schools from getting the most out of their education.”

All money raised from the GT Limo Big Drive auction will be donated directly to The Big Night In and this once-in-a-lifetime item is courtesy of GT Radial tyres.

The GT Limo team enjoys support from the Interislander ferry, which is donating the cost of the vehicle crossing and passenger fares of the Big Drive participants.

More information about the telethon can be found at www.bignightin.co.nz

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