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F1 in Milan beckons as HP NZ reveals Race to Monza winning Partners

09 Jul 2014

HP New Zealand has confirmed the 28 winners of the HP Race to Monza promotion, with Ingram Micro and Exeed personnel among those celebrating.

Fully hosted by four HP NZ staff, the magnificent travel prize includes return economy flights to Milan, five nights’ accommodation at a 5-star hotel, all meals, activities and transport.

If that isn't enough, the winning partners will enjoy two days at Autodromo Nazionale Monza to witness F1 racing in action, a great view of racing from the grandstand and tickets to both the qualifying and race days.

The prize also includes a day trip to Venice and plenty of free time to explore Milan.

"Congratulations to our winning partners, we look forward to seeing you at Monza, the Temple of Speed with the quickest circuit on the Formula 1 calendar, in September," says Kim Mckay, Channel Programmes Manager, HP New Zealand.

Check out the full list of winners below:

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