Dylz and Dyls doing odd jobs
Block NZ contestants Dylz and Dyls will be motoring around Tauranga to complete the odd jobs on your list that you never seem to have time for.
Consumer electronics and home appliance company Haier are teaming up with the Bay boys to provide practical renovation or handyman assistance to a home, school or community project.
The boys, who won the 2016 NZ People’s Choice award, will be travelling around Tauranga, Hamilton and Auckland from July 24 to July 28.
“Dyls and Dylz were fan favourites last season for their fearless DIY attitude, and now they’re going to apply that same attitude to those odd jobs that we know we need to do, but can’t find the time or money to complete,” says Haier NZ marketing manager Chris Masterson.
“This is the fourth year running that we’ve partnered with Three’s The Block NZ and we see this as an opportunity to give back to kiwis and help out in their everyday lives. We hope Haier Help takes the pressure off for busy New Zealanders, that’s what we’re here to do.”
Those attending the roadshow will be eligible to receive Haier Help prizes, which will include a half day of Dyls and Dylz help to finish an odd job, lunch with Dyls and Dylz at Pita Pit and an assortment of prizes from the Block NZ co-sponsors Honda, Bosch, and Pita Pit.
The Haier Help trailer made its first stop in Edgecumbe, where the Rangitaiki river burst its’ bank on April 6.
Among the casualties were the playground and sandpit of Te Kohanga Reo o Patutaatahi, which were destroyed by the floods.
“The Kohanga playground is now sorted, so the kids can return to their play in a fun and safe environment,” says Chris.
Dylz and Dyls will be stopping in Tauranga on July 24, before heading to Hamilton on July 26, and then finally Auckland on July 28.
Haier is the kitchen and laundry appliance partner of three’s The Block NZ, and also sponsors the Haier Help in-show challenge, where teams competed for a cash prize to go towards additional labour support.
To register for Haier Help or nominate someone else, you can post on Haier’s Facebook page from Wednesday, July 12, and let them know what needs to be done.