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Paper Plus Newmarket celebrates Christmas

28 November 2012

Paper Plus Newmarket celebrates Christmas with Annabel Langbein and Kerre Woodham

Paper Plus invites fabulous foodies and book lovers alike to join Annabel and media personality Kerre Woodham on Friday 30th November at Paper Plus Newmarket for a Christmas VIP night to celebrate the newly opened Broadway store.

The evening, hosted by store owner-operators Jeanee and Malcolm Hughes will provide an opportunity for customers to mix and mingle with Annabel and Kerre, and will include a glass of bubbles and an array of tastings straight from Annabel’s cookbook Annabel Langbein The Free Range Cook: Simple Pleasures.

All guests will be treated to a further 25% off everything in store, which will be a great chance to get some Christmas shopping done.

Store owner-operator Jeanee Hughes says that they have hit the ground running, especially in opening the store in the lead up to Christmas.

“Since opening on 8th October the response and support from customers and local retailers has been outstanding. We’ve expanded the range of books and stationery, whilst maintaining the favourite titles.”

“Customers can expect to be greeted by the same friendly faces they’ve come to know, who provide exceptional service to the Newmarket community,” says Jeanee.

“The Christmas VIP night will be a chance for us to open our doors and welcome new customers to the store we are so very proud of, and for our existing customers we hope they enjoy the chance to meet with Annabel and Kerre and to pick up some Christmas bargains,” she adds.

Paper Plus Newmarket is located at 255 Broadway, Newmarket.

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