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Brenda Ogilvie of Mondo Travel Christchurch is proud to be the exclusive Travel Provider for the Canterbury Caledonian Society Pipe Band - the current 6 time NZ Champion Band.

Each year the band raises funds holding a Scottish Golf Day ... which is not your normal day on a golf course.  Bagpipes, whisky, haggis, and of course golfers playing in kilts ... and all at the prestigious Clearwater Golf Club, Christchurch. 

Check it out - play in it once and you'll be back every year (it's always a sell out!)

Contact Brenda for more information.

Brenda Ogilvie - International Travel Broker

Mobile NZ: +64 210503838 / Mobile AU: +61 (0)455451597

Email : brenda.ogilvie@mondotravel.co.nz

 

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Mondo Travel and Fiji Airways, in conjunction with the Bealey’s Speight’s Ale House, are supporting the New Zealand Spinal Trust.

All proceeds from the promotion will go to the Trust – the winners get to fly to the Crusaders v Chiefs game in Suva on 19 May.

You can support this effort, too ... simply by purchasing one of the 600 raffle tickets! Everyt ticket sold has TWO chances to win!

First prize: A trip for two to watch the Chiefs versus Crusaders ... in FIJI!

Tickets are only $20 each, and they are available from NZ Spinal Trust at Portacom B, Burwood Hospital (Ph 383 6881) or at The Bealey’s Speight’s Ale House bar (263 Bealey Ave, Christchurch) or by email: anna@oms9.co.nz

 

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Mondo Travel has continued its association with the Tasman Makos by committing to the “Makos 500 Club” in 2017.

The Makos 500 Club was introduced in 2014 when the team was promoted to the Premiership division of the Mitre 10 Cup. The membership monies are earmarked for the team support staff expenses. The Makos 500 Club has enabled the appointment of the very best coaching team, physio, doctor and strength & conditioning coach possible. The 2016 coaching team of Leon MacDonald & Andrew Goodman has been enhanced, in 2017, with the appointment of Leo Crowley & Greg Somerville as assistant coaches.

Since joining the Premiership, the Makos have achieved significant success – 2 x Runner-up and 1 x 3rd placing – a tremendous result for one of the newest, and smallest, unions in the country.

Like the many businesses and individuals in the Nelson/Marlborough region (and supporters throughout the country), Mondo are "delighted to be contributing to the success of the Tasman Makos (through the Makos 500 Club) in 2017,“ said Mondo Travel Chief Executive, Tony Terrill.

 

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Nothing to do with Hollywood (although Air New Zealand can get you there, too!), Oscar is their new virtual travel assistant.

His full name is Bravo Oscar Tango, or BOT, and he will initially be helping Air New Zealand customers with their most commonly asked questions, saving them from going through the often lengthy FAQ's. He's a chat bot, meaning he will be able to assist you via voice or text commands pertaining to any Air New Zealand lounge enquiries, baggage queries or Airpoints questions.

He is currently in Beta, and your experience with Oscar will help define his future by providing the training he needs.

Go on ... put Oscar to the test : https://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/help-and-contact

 

 

 

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