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Cinema Operator Named for Goddards Centre

4 AUGUST 2004

Cinema Operator Named for Goddards Centre

The National Property Trust today confirmed that Rialto Entertainment is the operator of a three-screen cinema complex to be built during the multi-million dollar redevelopment of the Goddards Centre located in central Tauranga.

“We are very pleased to secure Rialto Entertainment, a dynamic and innovative operator of cinemas, as the anchor tenant for the Goddards Centre,” says Mr Paul Dallimore, executive chairman of The National Property Trust.

“The presence of Rialto Tauranga within Goddards will strongly support our objective of the modernised central shopping precinct becoming the retail and entertainment focal point for the inner city. “

“Rialto have stated today that they intend to raise the standard of cinema going by providing an environment at Rialto Tauranga that sets a new direction in cinema comfort and service.”

“This is consistent with National Property’s intention to provide a superior retail offer at the Goddards Centre.”


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