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Click Frenzy, MC Hammer, Maria Venuti, Warwick Capper, Max Markson get behind World High-Five-Athon
Celebrities and big brands are flocking to support the first World High-Five-Athon Day on 12/12/12. Punnky aiming for 1 million high fives to spread happiness around the world.
Grant Arnott, founder of the sale that stopped the nation Click Frenzy, Former Liberal MP Ross Cameron, actress Maria Venuti and several schools around Australia are joining US rapper MC Hammer, retired AFL football legend Warwick Capper and Celebrity PR Agent Max Markson as Punnky’s newest Happiness Ambassadors to take part in a global Punnky High Five-athon to spread happiness to people worldwide on Wednesday 12/12/12.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Opposition leader Tony Abbott, US President Obama and UK Prime Minister David Cameron have also been invited to participate in the worldwide event.
Big corporates are also getting behind the Punnky World High-Five-Athon day. Westpac, National Australia Bank, Business Chicks, Shopbot, EDM Marketing and Yelp Sydney will be giving high fives on the day to help spread happiness around the world.
Australian start-up business Airtasker are mobilising their 35,000 fast and friendly helpers all around the country to give high fives.
In a controversial move, Twitter has suspended the Punnky Twitter account for spreading too much happiness in a short period of time.
Gary Ng, internationally renowned entrepreneur, philanthropist, founder and CEO of E-Web Marketing and Australia’s 4th best place to work in Australia, will host the world’s biggest High-five-athon on 12/12/12 to spread happiness to people worldwide.
Happiness Guru Gary says: “All people need to do is give a high five on the 12th December 2012 and upload it to Punnky’s Facebook page:www.facebook.com/#!/
ACTRESS MARIA VENUTI, HAPPINESS GURU GARY NG, HIGH FIVE EXPERT ROB COOREY, MAX MARKSON & WARWICK CAPPER ARE AVAILABLE FOR MEDIA INTERVIEWS AND PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES. We have a number of Sydney and Melbourne schools who are giving high fives.
TO INTERVIEW AND FOR MEDIA ENQUIRIES CONTACT Robert Coorey, Punnky CHO (Chief High-Five Officer), firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 0411 055 987