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Nuffield Street Christmas Festival

14 November 2006
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Nuffield Street Christmas Festival

Nuffield Street turn on the lights and keep the doors open late to host customers at the biggest and best street party this Christmas


Auckland’s newest and most fashionable shopping destination is staying open late to host customers at their very own Christmas festival, Friday 17th November, 5pm – 9pm.

Nuffield Street is turning on the lights, unveiling its Christmas decorations and filling the street with fabulous food and music for this one night only shopping bash.

Making shopping even more fun than it already is each store will be hosting their own parties revealing new Christmas stock, offering discounts, gifts with purchase and other great incentives.

Playing live to air, George FM will also be drawing thousands of dollars worth of treats with spot prizes every 10 minutes.

The cafes and restaurants will make sure you don’t wilt in this feast of shopping with waiters offering drinks and canapés out on the street.

To help you celebrate your shopping successes Nuffield Street Brewery are holding the festival after-party.

Make sure you are there as everyone who buys in Nuffield Street on the night go in the draw to win a $3000 shopping voucher ($100 from each retailer)

For the best night out shopping, head to Nuffield Street, Newmarket; Friday 17 November; 5pm – 9pm.


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