Ready to tie the knot on live TV at Hamil­ton Is­land

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

HAMIL­TON Is­land will be beamed across the na­tion’s tele­vi­sion screens to­mor­row (Fri­day, Septem­ber 6), as the host des­ti­na­tion for a live tele­vi­sion wed­ding on Chan­nel Seven’s Sun­rise break­fast show.

Sun­rise and Hamil­ton Is­land ran a com­pe­ti­tion in May of­fer­ing view­ers the chance to win an all-ex­penses paid wed­ding on the is­land, val­ued at $50k. All the en­trants had to do was sub­mit a 60-sec­ond video on why they would like to get mar­ried on Hamil­ton Is­land.

The win­ning cou­ple from Tas­ma­nia are about to ex­change vows in their dream lo­ca­tion. Brett Fower and Te­nae House will be mar­ried in front of a national au­di­ence, the en­tire Sun­rise crew and 40 close fam­ily and friends.

To­mor­row’s en­tire show, pre­sented by David Koch and new fe­male co-host Sa­man­tha Army­tage, will also be broad­cast live from the is­land, with the full Sun­rise team in­clud­ing Mark Beretta and ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer Michael Pell all present for the oc­ca­sion.

Also live on the show will be US pop duo MKTO, who will per­form their ARIA top 10 hits Thank You and Clas­sic.

Fol­low­ing the live broad­cast, the Sun­rise team will en­joy a mini hol­i­day on Hamil­ton Is­land along with 130 of their view­ers.

A limited num­ber of hol­i­day pack­ages were of­fered to view­ers, pro­vid­ing them with the op­por­tu­nity to join the Sun­rise team for the week­end. The pack­ages, which in­cluded ac­com­mo­da­tion, an ex­clu­sive Whit­sun­day is­land cruise, a wel­come cock­tail party and din­ner, were so pop­u­lar they sold out in just one hour.

Hamil­ton Is­land’s gen­eral man­ager of mar­ket­ing, Denny-Lyn Dixon said the is­land was de­lighted to part­ner with Sun­rise for this unique op­por­tu­nity.

TY­ING THE KNOT: Tas­ma­nian cou­ple Te­nae House and Brett Fower will be will be mar­ried in front of a national tele­vi­sion au­di­ence, the en­tire Chan­nel Seven Sun­rise crew and 40 close fam­ily and friends on Hamil­ton Is­land to­mor­row morn­ing.

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