Keep MMP Launch

Written By: - Date published: 4:27 pm, October 26th, 2011 - 3 comments
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Official Launch: Friday 28th October, Auckland

The Campaign to Keep MMP will be officially launched at 10.30am on Friday 28 October at Pescado Café and Tapas Bar on Jellicoe Street, North Wharf Wynyard Quarter, Auckland.

Keep MMP’s spokespeople Sandra Grey, Philip Temple and Lewis Holden will be speaking, and singer Don McGlashan will performing.

Supporters of MMP are welcome to attend.

RSVP: campaign(at)campaignformmp(dot)org(dot)nz

Evening celebration: Make Mine Proportional! Auckland

In the evening, come along and celebrate the official launch of the Campaign to Keep MMP in style!

Friday, October 28 – 6:00pm – 9:00pm at Alleluya Bar and Café on K Road.

Entertainment from the fabulous Caitlin Smith. Cash bar. All MMP supporters welcome.

RSVP: auckland(at)campaignformmp(dot)org(dot)nz

3 comments on “Keep MMP Launch”

  1. Ari 1

    Is the MMP campaign having events elsewhere soon?

  2. Beth 2

    Hi Ari – this Saturday is MMP Day for us. All of our groups around the country are doing something simple. Our groups run events and activities all the time and the best way to find out about them is to like us on Facebook where we post our upcoming activities.

  3. jaymam 3

    Has anyone made MMP billboards?

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