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Kinnie supports VOICES 2008

01 Jan News, Voices 2008 | Comments Off on Kinnie supports VOICES 2008
Kinnie supports VOICES 2008

Kinnie is extending its support to VOICES popular concerts for the eighth consecutive time. Themed “Tell Me Why”, the concerts are being held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta on October 1-5 and 9-13.

To date the 200-strong choir has distributed €1million in cash to beneficiaries and half of this year’s proceeds will be going towards Caritas’ new Learning Centre at San Blas. The Learning Centre will assist rehabilitated drug dependent adolescents to re-enter society. It will be used to teach life-skills, basic literacy skills, subjects up to ‘O’ level standard as well as computer skills, drama and music lessons.

“Kinnie is extending this vote of support to VOICES bi-annual concerts because we want to contribute towards the betterment of Maltese society and, at the same time, we also believe in the worthy causes selected by VOICES. This is not only a gifted choir that attracts large audiences but their concerts have become a national fund raising event,” said Lara Micallef, Kinnie Brand Executive at Simonds Farsons Cisk plc.

In addition to sponsoring VOICES, this year Kinnie is launching two special promotions. With every purchase of one pack of Kinnie, or Diet Kinnie or Kinnie Zest of 1.5 litre bottles, consumers will receive a voucher entitling them to a 15% discount on VOICES tickets. Kinnie is also giving away 3 pairs of tickets in an online competition. Internet users can log on to Kinnie website: and answer the simple question on the competition page. The online competition closes on Friday 19 September 2008.

The concert is sponsored by The Vodafone Malta Foundation as the title sponsor, and with the support of other sponsors.

Booking is open and tickets can be obtained from the Mediterranean Conference Centre, from Mondays to Saturdays between 9.00 am and 1.00 pm and between 4.00 pm and 7.30 pm.


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