Winning NZPFU T-shirt Design

Congratulations to SFF Hayden Smith from Green Watch in Dunedin for his NZPFU t-shirt design competition winning design!

A number of fantastic designs were submitted and Hayden’s design was overwhelmingly the Council and the Conference’s favourite.

Members were asked to design a t-shirt that incorporated the NZPFU logo and a union slogon. Hayden’s design ticked all the boxes and is unique. The phrase “Te taura paihere” is derived from "Nga mimire o te taura e paihere" which in essence is the strands of the rope that unites which is right on point.

The Conference determined that every member will be given a t-shirt to all new members and all current members who have provided their personal emails and phone contacts to the Union.

At the time we launched the t-shirt competition we also requested all members provide their personal details, even if you did not want to submit a t-shirt design, and that one lucky member would be rewarded with a $100 voucher.

We are about to draw the $100 petrol voucher and to be in the draw we have to have your personal details.

If you haven’t done that make sure you email wellington@nzpfu.org.nz with your name, your Local, personal email address, and personal phone ASAP to be in the $100 petrol draw – and to make sure you are on the list for a free NZPFU T-shirt.

In unity,
Wattie Watson
National Secretary

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