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Fly Emirates Business Class to Europe and support NZ Optimist Coaching

by Sail-World on 13 Nov 2012
Emirates Team New Zealand and Emirates Airlines supporting the NZ Optimist Class with an auction of Business Class travel Chris Cameron/ETNZ© http://www.chriscameron.co.nz

Emirates Airline and Emirates Team New Zealand are supporting New Zealand junior sailing by auctioning two Business Class return tickets from Auckland to any one of Emirates’ 33 European destinations.*

These business class tickets are valued at NZ$17,000 and the auction will be live on Trade Me from 19 to 28 November 2012. Funds raised will go to the New Zealand Optimist Dinghy Association (NZIODA) for children’s Optimist sailing coaching, the vital first step on the ladder to New Zealand sailing excellence.

All you need to do is join in the auction on Trade Me and your business class travel will never be more fulfilling.

The Optimist sailors thank you for your support, and look forward to watching the auction progress.

This is your chance to help lock in the next generation of New Zealand sailing talent and continue a magnificent New Zealand sailing legacy.

* Terms and conditions: The successful bidder must book the flights before 31 March 2013. All travel must be completed within a year from being booked. Once ticketed any changes to bookings will be at the ticket holders’ own cost. Emirates complimentary chauffeur drive service not included and Skywards Miles cannot be earned on these flights. Tickets are not refundable or transferable for cash.

For further terms and conditions please go to www.emirates.com/nz

What you need to do:

• Bid on the Trade Me auction (find it at Travel, Events, Activities/flights).
• Send this email to as many friends as possible that may fancy heading over to Europe business class.

Reserve Price: $11,000

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