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Open Day 15th September 2017 travel and Tourism

The Community Manager from Crown Institute of Studies

Rob here, the marketing guy from Crown, I’ve been tasked to get as MANY people as possible to our Crown Open Day.


You may be diddling around with a little back and forth on what you want to do, well here’s hoping that this could be the boost that you need to make that jump into, in my opinion, one of the best training establishments in Auckland!.

We are a 100% New Zealand, family-owned company, with super fun and friendly classes, a real positive vibe and our best feature is that we eat a boat load of shockingly bad food, consistently.

But of course we promote healthy living and all but there is nothing like a free feed of pizza to warm the internals.

So, if you like a bit of pizza and have been thinking about extra study at tertiary level, you should definitely come to our Crown Open Day on the 15th of September, 2017!

Caution: Pizza will be served 1.30 and its first in and first to eat.

Anytime between: 1.30- 3.30

Pizza: 1.30

See you then

Rob :)



p.s. not sure what to do next? email me direct rob@crown.ac.nz for the good stuff.

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