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Elite Beauty Students Buy The Flag For Kids Cure

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The students of Elite International School of Beauty and Spa Therapies are pleased to support the Cure Kids Charity via the purchase of John Key's flag doodle on Trademe today for $10,150.

Elite's Beauty Therapy Students raise money for charities by performing Beauty Treatments to members of the public on Client days as part of their training.

In 2009 they raised over $55,000 for causes as diverse as Women's Refuge, Coastguard, N.Z Breast Cancer Foundation, Westpac Rescue, Child Cancer and the RNZFB.

"The students are looking forward to morning tea with the P.M. although some did ask if they could have morning tea with TVNZ's Weather Presenter Tamati Coffee instead.

We think it is probably too difficult to squeeze 300 hundred students into the Ninth Floor of the Beehive so we are hoping Mr Key can visit one of our Campus's instead.

In the event we have a choice of which the P.M. shouts the morning tea the students have been told it will be the one the achieves the highest pass rate in their International exams, as an extra study incentive," Director Simon Harding said.

Elite International is New Zealand's foremost Beauty Educator with four Campus's nationwide and has operated since 1973. It offers Swiss, UK and NZ Diploma's in Beauty and Spa Therapies.

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