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The Entertainment Book Is Here

15 June 2005

The Entertainment Book Is Here

Auckland City Mission is proud to offer you the opportunity to purchase the 2005-2006 Entertainment Books. They are available NOW and contain some of the best restaurants, cafes, takeaway chains, hotel accommodation, attractions, sports and leisure activities... all with 25% to 50% off and many 2 for 1 offers.

Order your Entertainment Book from us now for only $60+postage and you will receive over $10,000 worth of valuable offers valid until 1st June 2006. At the same time you will be making a valuable contribution towards the Mission’s work with the most marginalised in our community.

Some of the businesses featured include: White, Iguaçu, Prime, Bella, Red, Cin Cin, Wildfire, Mikano, Number 5, Aquamatta, One Red Dog, NSP, Oh Calcutta, Wang Thai, East, Loaded Hog, Degree, Valentines, Dennys, McDonalds, McCafe, KFC, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Hoyts, Village Cinemas, Royal NZ Ballet, Kings Plant Barns, City Cabs... plus many more The Entertainment Books are sold through the Mission’s New Beginning Stores and are another great reason to visit some of Auckland's best second hand stores.

They are full of funky clothes, quality used furniture and household goods, and assorted bric-a-brac - all at incredible prices.

The New Beginnings Stores are located at:

• 114 Hurstmere Road, Takapuna.
• 398 New North Road, Henderson.
• 30 Glen Eden Mall, Glen Eden.
• 14 Mayfair Place, Glen Innes.
• 136 Hobson Street, Auckland City. Alternatively call (09) 379 2395 for your copy today. Stocks are limited so don’t miss out.


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