Become a View Local Hero!

Become a View Local Hero!

We're after people from all across New Zealand who are passionate about their communities to share their local expertise with others.

We are going to create a community of Local Heroes - essentially ambassadors who live, breathe and love their local communities and are happy to share their experiences to the wider View New Zealand community.

Our Local Heroes will not go without recognition, either! You'll be featured on our Contributors page and across the View New Zealand network, and you'll also receive regular thank-you gifts like movie tickets, DVDs, concert tickets, games, access to special events, openings and more!

If you love food, love going out, love networking or love watching movies then you could be just who we're looking for!

So are you interested?
Email our editorial team for this unique opportunity here.

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