Lexus + Sofitel competition winner announced

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Lexus + Sofitel competition winner announced

 

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The Lexus RX350 F Sport.

The Lexus RX350 F Sport.

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Lava Dining.

Lava Dining.

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Coconut panna cotta at Lava Dining.

Coconut panna cotta at Lava Dining.

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Auckland's Sofitel hotel.

Auckland’s Sofitel hotel.

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Luxury room in the Sofitel.

Luxury room in the Sofitel.

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Congratulations to Anna Bulkeley, winner of the Lexus + Sofitel competition at the Lexus Design Awards at this year’s Urbis Designday!

The grand prize includes:

  • the use of one Lexus vehicle (excluding RCF) for a weekend (Saturday morning to Sunday evening), valid until 20 December 2017. The prize winner will be required to collect the Lexus vehicle from an authorised Lexus dealer and sign a Short Term Vehicle Loan Agreement.
  • 2 consecutive nights accommodation at the Auckland Sofitel in a Superior room and dinner for 2 in Lava Dining on one evening to the value of $200. Prize is valid until 20 December 2017. All reservation requests are subject to availability at time of booking. This prize is not transferable or redeemable for cash and cannot be used in conjunction with other promotion.

The Lexus and Auckland Sofitel portions of the prize must be used in conjunction.

To read the full T&Cs please click here.


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