Sam Neill is the new face of Kiwibank's 'Kiwi Thinking' campaign. And part of the campaign implores Kiwis to submit their best ideas. Well, at StopPress we like ideas too. So we want you to submit your best ideas to us. Any idea, whether it be a leftovers restaurant that specialises in food that tastes better the next day, temporary balsa wood couches that can be purchased specifically for burning in front of police officers on the streets of Dunedin, thereby lessening road meltage, enabling retention of existing couches in flats and removing power from duplicitous second-hand furniture dealers, or pie warmers in taxis for hungry, drunken passengers who don't have time to stop at the dairy on the way home (although this may just make taxi drivers fatter). Just send us an idea, for a product, a campaign, whatever (we'll even accept stolen ideas you wish you'd thought of), and we will reward the brilliance five people who use their brains to come up with brilliant ideas by giving them a glorious pack of facial/mouthal joy consisting of a few new skinfood products and some delectable Kokako hot chocolate.
Hey look, here's a promotional spiel. Skinfood's new Tanning Moisturiser, which is paraben free and made from natural based ingredients including sweet almond oil, rosehip oil and orange oils, is the ideal way to maintain year-round bronzeocity. And, when used in conjunction with the skinfood Exfoliating Scrub, which will restore your skin's radiance, you'll be the envy of all your uglier friends.
Skinfood is available online from selected Foodtown, Woolworths, Countdown, New World and Pak n Save stores nationwide or online at www.skinfood.co.nz (the skinfood tanning moisturiser is only avaialable online). Prices range from $11.50 to $15.00.
And while you're maintaining your healthy tan over winter, you'll also need to keep warm. And, by hokey, Kokako is some of the best hot chocky you'll lay your buds on. So get in there and send us an idea.