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Peter Jackson up for auction on TradeMe

December 20, 2011 at 11:02 pm by xoanon  - 

From tvnz.co.nz: Fantasy fans have the opportunity to meet Sir Peter Jackson on the set of The Hobbit by bidding in an auction. The TradeMe auction is selling the chance to meet The Hobbit director and is expected to attract bidders from all around the world. Money raised from the auction will be donated to Sir Ray Avery’s charity, Medicine Mondiale. Sir Ray hopes New Zealanders will be generous while bidding on the auction. Other prizes available include a lunch on the set of Shortland Street, two days recording in Neil Finn’s studio and a meet and greet with Sonny Bill Williams. The bidding for Peter Jackson is currently up to $1200, but Sir Ray hopes to raise $100,000 to produce products to battle nutrition in Nepal. Sir Ray says bidders will not only have the opportunity to win great prizes, but also the satisfaction of giving money to a worthy charity. Auction

Posted in Events on December 20, 2011 by

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8 responses to “Peter Jackson up for auction on TradeMe”

  1. Rana says:

    I’d love to do that! But who has that kind of money nowadays?! I mean, there’s the EU debt crisis and pretty much every other country is in debt… who else is left?

  2. Seriouslycgi says:

    shame noone outside nz and aussie can log into the trademe site.

  3. Susieq_susieq1 says:

    sounds interesting but what doesn’t make sense is how they’re intending to “battle nutrition”? nutrition is usually interpreted as a good thing. malnutrition (or other synonym) is perhaps the more appropriate word choice (?)

  4. Susieq_susieq1 says:

    sounds interesting but what doesn’t make sense is how they’re intending to “battle nutrition”? nutrition is usually interpreted as a good thing. malnutrition (or other synonym) is perhaps the more appropriate word choice (?)

  5. Anonymous says:

    sounds interesting but what doesn’t make sense is how they’re intending to “battle nutrition”? nutrition is usually interpreted as a good thing. malnutrition (or other synonym) is perhaps the more appropriate word choice (?)

  6. Anonymous says:

    sounds interesting but what doesn’t make sense is how they’re intending to “battle nutrition”? nutrition is usually interpreted as a good thing. malnutrition (or other synonym) is perhaps the more appropriate word choice (?)

  7. jimi says:

    Just make an account if you want to bid…

  8. Slappingthebass says:

    Anyone from overseas that wants to purchase i will be your guest and you can use my trademe account 🙂 Slappingthebass@live..com

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