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Telecom New Zealand Christmas Tree in Wellington 2009

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 2-Dec-2009 10:44

Last night I had the chance to share some drinks with a few friends (courtesy of Telecom New Zealand) before going to the Frank Kitts Park to see the opening ceremony of their Christmas Tree in Wellington. Here is the clip with all the kids in the park "helping" Santa start the lights.



From now until Christmas people can visit the tree. You can also donate gifts to Women's Refuge - there's a special box there to receive donations.

You can also interact with trees (Wellington and Auckland): visit www.telecomtree.co.nz to have some creating your own light show and then upload it to view the results on the real tree later.



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