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Shell gives motorists a long holiday present


Shell gives motorists a long holiday present

Shell New Zealand Retail Manager Bruce Emson said Shell was delighted to offer motorists a 10 cent discount in the lead up to the Labour Day holiday weekend.

"Shell initiated the "10 cent discount days" in 2000 as a way of thanking customers for their loyalty, and we are pleased to yet again offer our customers the opportunity of a special price," Mr Emson said.

The 10 cent discount day will commence at 6.00am on Thursday 24th October and will continue for a limited time only at participating Shell service stations around New Zealand.

"Shell has been the leader in innovative ways of rewarding customers who shop at our outlets with discount days, discount vouchers and of course Flybuys .

"Where Shell leads, others tend to follow. But motorists are aware that Shell can always be relied upon to bring its customers the best possible fuel prices.

"Shell will continue to be a market leader in New Zealand; our customers can rely on us to bring them the best possible fuel prices," Mr Emson said.


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