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Flagship Bond & Bond store opens

Flagship Bond & Bond store opens

Christchurch, 1 April 2005 – Today, Bond & Bond will celebrate the grand opening of its new flagship store in Moorhouse Ave.

Of the 34 stores nationwide, this is the first to feature the new Bond & Bond look. The new store will also feature an exciting, extended product range.

“We have been working on a strategy to redefine the Bond & Bond brand, and what you see in the Moorhouse Ave store is the result of that work,” says Nick Lowe, Noel Leeming Group chief executive.

“The Christchurch store has become the flagship for Bond & Bond and we are delighted with the reaction from customers in the week since its opening,” he says.

To celebrate the opening this weekend, the store will be running exciting activities for the whole family including giveaways and competitions, face-painting and a sausage sizzle plus a host of great in-store opening specials.

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