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Selling Appliances Online? Big Deal!

SuperCyberStore.com Limited

http://www.supercyberstore.co.nz

MEDIA RELEASE

19 May 2000

SELLING APPLIANCES ONLINE? BIG DEAL!

News that an Australian retailer may start selling appliances online in New Zealand has been greeted with mild interest by established New Zealand online e-tailer, SuperCyberStore.com. Managing Director, Shane Frith, said that the company had been trading online since October 1999.

SuperCyberStore.com has been selling a wide range of products, including whiteware, audio, television, and computer products.

"Selling such products online is old news, I'm surprised it rated a mention," stated Mr Frith.

"We have been successfully trading since October 1999, recently revamping the entire site."

"We intend to create a unique New Zealand owned and operated site serving New Zealander's."

"Off-line shopping is easy for customers and we believe that online shopping should be the same."

"Some newcomers to this game find it difficult to deliver a book, let alone a refrigerator."

"Building a nice website is the easy part of the business, providing good service is the secret to our success," concluded Mr Frith.

ENDS

For comment: Shane Frith 0-9-360 2210 0-21-906 002 shane.frith@supercyberstore.co.nz


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