Paint your place beautiful
Keep New Zealand Beautiful in conjunction with Resene proudly congratulate the following community groups for taking up the challenge of 'Paint your Place Beautiful':
* North Street School with Keep Feilding Beautiful and the children of the school who will be the ones to paint the murals in town. They have identified two murals they wish to do around the town of Feilding.
* Whakatane Scout Group, Whakatane District Council and Pride. Whakatane Group who will be painting the local Scout Hall to stop tagging on the building
* Ngongotaha Scouts Group and Keep Rotorua Beautiful who are painting their scout hall.
With over 40 branches nationwide, Keep New Zealand Beautiful expects to announce more community groups choosing to revamp, freshen up or simply turn their local graffiti eyesore into a cleaner, more beautiful wall.
Through the support of Resene, those doing so will receive Resene paint vouchers, iconic Paint NZ Beautiful t-shirts and hats and drop cloths to assist in completing their painting.
Karen Warman, Resene Marketing Manager says "It's about joining together with others and working as a team to help keep your local place beautiful and having a sense of community spirit and pride in whatever town, city or area you live in. Resene is proud to be a kiwi company and we're proud to be a long term sponsor of Keep New Zealand Beautiful helping to keep and paint New Zealand beautiful."
Whakatane Scout Group
Can't find what you're looking for? Ask us!
We would love to hear from you if you wish to use Resene's images, information and ideas for social medial, blogs, newsletters and other media use. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you need, what it is for and how Resene will be acknowledged as the source of the content. We are happy to assist with most requests.
Colours shown on this website are a representation only. Please refer to the actual paint or product sample. Resene colour charts, testpots and samples are available for ordering online. See measurements/conversions for more details on how electronic colour values are achieved.