There were two ways to win an exclusive Smeg Racing VIP experience at the Home Shows. This VIP experience includes a VIP trackside experience for two and a hot lap with Simon Evans at Pukekohe Park Raceway for Round 3 of the V8 SuperTourers!
Simon Evans was robbed of a probably victory at the BNT V8 SuperTourers over Anzac weekend when he was hit by Ant Pederson, took third place in the final race but managed to finish second in the championship! Well done Simon.
When shopping for kitchen appliances, it can often feel as if style and functionality are mutually exclusive properties. Yet Smeg’s signature mix of innovative technology and striking aesthetics means you needn’t compromise when outfitting your kitchen.
Smeg has a great competition for the kids at the Ellerslie Flower Show in Christchurch. Colour and win with Smeg for children 6 and under, and 7 plus, with great Resene prizes for the first- and second-place winners in each age category.
ART DESIGNS RAISE $10,000 FOR RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
The Smeg Art Design Competition has been running for three years with contestants challenged to design
their own quirky concept to transform the well known Smeg FAB28 retro
Sketched submissions are judged by heavyweight New Zealand designers
Tim Webber, Mal Corby, Kiri Nathan and Dave Sotogi, with the four most
outstanding designs then invited to create the design on an actual fridge.
The final creations were then taken on tour before being auctioned on
Trade Me raising much needed proceeds for Ronald McDonald House.
First to be auctioned was Nikolai Sorenson’s ‘KNIT’ concept, which
Julie Ashby’s ‘ELEGANZA’ design then hit the auction block and sold
Lastly, Aleisha Staton’s design ‘DIRECTION OF THE FUTURE’ sold for
And overall competition winner Matt Blackmore’s ‘AROUND THE WORLD’
fridge (pictured) raised $4,676
“We’re incredibly grateful that so many people came together, putting
in time and effort to make this event a success,” said Wayne Howett of Ronald
McDonald House Charities New Zealand.
“SMEG New Zealand, Kitchen Things, Trademe and others all contributed
to a project that will influence the lives of many New Zealand children for the
“Thanks to the money raised, we’ll be able to keep our own fridges
stocked for Kiwi kids in need of the comforts of home.”
Rachel Louie, Smeg New Zealand Distributor and Managing Director, said
the SMEG Art Design Competition is an extraordinary showcase of Kiwi design
“The 2014 Smeg Art Design Competition keeps surprising us with the
quality and innovation of the entries. The designs have been stunning, the
public has been on board and we’ve worked together to raise beneficial funds
for Ronald McDonald House Charities.”
“We were even so delighted by Matt Blackmore’s “AROUND
THE WORLD” fridge, to show our support for Ronald McDonald House, we
decided to buy it ourselves. We plan to keep it in our showroom where it will
continue to be a source of inspiration for us for a long time to come,”
For a detailed overview of the designer FAB28 fridges, the auction process, the competition and judges’
comments head to www.smegart.co.nz