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Sharechat: Pacific Retail Grp CEO To Hold Live Q&A

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PACIFIC RETAIL GROUP CEO TO HOLD LIVE Q&A CONFERENCE ON SHARECHAT http://www.sharechat.co.nz/

ShareChat, New Zealand's number one sharemarket information and chat site, is pleased to announce that the CEO of Pacific Retail Group, (NZSE: PRG), Stefan Preston, will hold a live Question and Answer Conference on ShareChat.

Mr Preston will be answering investor questions in a live Internet Relay Chat room, which is one part of the ShareChat website, on Wednesday, June 28th at 4:00pm NZST.

"This is an excellent opportunity for current and potential investors to ask Mr Preston questions about Pacific Retail Group" said Benjamin Dutton, Managing Director of ShareChat Limited.

"The CEO Q&A Conferences on ShareChat have opened up a new level of shareholder communication in New Zealand. Investors will be able to find out more information about Pacific Retail Group direct from the CEO himself."

"Investors and people interested in the New Zealand sharemarket should not miss this opportunity" said Mr Dutton.

About ShareChat

ShareChat is New Zealand's first discussion group and financial portal for sharemarket investors ( http://www.sharechat.co.nz/ ). Launched ten months ago, ShareChat's community has shown strong growth, providing substantial information and vibrant discussion on the New Zealand and overseas sharemarkets.

ShareChat has three areas where investors and traders can chat - an Email forum, online message boards, and a live irc room.

ShareChat also provides sharemarket articles, links to the major financial news stories, quotes, and other services for sharemarket investors.

Website: http://www.sharechat.co.nz/

About Pacific Retail Group.

With over 800 employees, $360 million turnover and $15 million profit before tax, PRG is the largest and most successful retailer in the consumer electronics market in New Zealand.

Pacific Retail's trading divisions are Computer City, Noel Leeming, Bond & Bond and Pacific Retail Finance.

Website: http://www.prg.co.nz/

For more information please contact:

Benjamin Dutton Managing Director ShareChat Limited bendutton@sharechat.co.nz http://www.sharechat.co.nz/ Phone: 64 (0) 3 374 5682 Fax: 64 (0) 3 365 3867 Mobile: 64 (0) 21 639 573 Post: PO Box 976 Christchurch 8001 New Zealand

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