From New Zealand Labour Party <[email protected]>
Subject NEW: Retro Jersey 👚🛍️
Date July 29, 2022 4:24 AM
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Kia ora John,

This year we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Norman Kirk's transformational government! 

We wanted to create something special to mark the occasion. So, in honour of Big Norm we bring you the Retro Labour Jersey! <[link removed]>

It's a must have for any Labour supporter this winter! Featuring the Kirk era logo, this jersey is the perfect treat to keep you snug on these chilly days.

<[link removed]>Order by 12th August to get your hands on this limited edition Jersey. <[link removed]> But be quick - the first 50 orders will get a free pair of vintage Labour socks to complete the look!

<[link removed]>YES, I WANT ONE <[link removed]>

<[link removed]>NO, BUT I'LL DONATE INSTEAD <[link removed]>

Thanks for all you bring to Labour, John. It's so good to have you with us, whether you joined yesterday or you've been with us for the 50 years since Kirk!

Ngā mihi, 

The Labour HQ team


A short note on donations:

John, we’re proud to be a truly people-powered Party, and it will only be through the generosity of thousands of supporters like you chipping in what you can that we’ll be able to keep up the momentum we’ve started.

If you can, please click the button below to make a donation to our Party today so we can keep growing our movement, from now until election 2023. Our campaigning doesn’t stop now.

DONATE HERE: [link removed]


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