Briscoes: 150 Years in New Zealand
Cure Kids’ valued key partner Briscoes turns 150 this year and they are publishing a book to celebrate. Written by best-selling New Zealand historian Ian Hunter, this magnificent 300-page volume transports you from the Otago goldfields to the goings-on behind the World Cup Adidas deal.
For a limited time, Cure Kids’ supporters can pre-order their copy, and with each book sold before September 30, the publisher will donate $5 to Cure Kids. Plus books are delivered free anywhere in New Zealand.
There is something for everyone in this colourful and fascinating New Zealand history. Experience the day that Briscoes blew up Auckland Harbour; learn why New Zealanders are the biggest tea drinkers in the world and where in Christchurch you can purchase striped barber’s paint. Read about Rod Duke’s best and worst deals ever, and meet the real Tammy Wells – the Briscoes Lady for the past 22 years. Plus you can learn more about the long relationship between Briscoes and Cure Kids.
To see the book and take advantage of this special offer: www.briscoesbook.co.nz