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THE NATIONAL HUNT FOR DREAMWORLD'S FIRST EVER HEAD OF HAPPINESS HAS BEEN NARROWED TO JUST THREE PINT SIZED CANDIDATES WHO WILL PARTAKE IN SOME FINAL CAMPAIGNING IN MAY
Gold Coast, Australia - Dreamworld is pleased to announce the three finalists who will compete for the title of Dreamworld's first ever Mini Mayor.
Blake Skafte-Grieve, 4-years-old from NSW, Thomas Walmsley, 4-years-old from QLD, and Nahomi Jones, 6-years-old from QLD, will participate in an all-important final week of campaigning at Dreamworld in week commencing May 12. The week will culminate in the Mini Mayor 2014 announcement on Friday May 16.
To reward his or her efforts as a valued consultant to all things that make children happy, Dreamworld's successfully elected Mini Mayor will receive the key to the park in a lavish ceremony, and will enjoy the benefits of being a Platinum World Passholder for two years. Dreamworld CEO Craig Davidson says, "We were overwhelmed by both the number of entries and quality of entries received since we first put the call out in February for all children around the country to join the running to become our Mini Mayor."
"We're confident that we have the perfect mini leader among our final three candidates and I look forward to announcing Dreamworld's Mini Mayor 2014 on May 16."
The principle role of Dreamworld's Mini Mayor will be to represent the under 10 demographic in offering valuable input and feedback on what their constituents most need and want to make them happy.
The three finalists and their families will stay at Australia's favourite family resort, Paradise Resort for the final week of the mayoral race.
Paradise Resort's General Manager, David Brook says, "We understand the pressures the three budding mini leaders will face and we want to provide the perfect family holiday haven so they can switch off and take a break from the intense campaigning.