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Bed Linen At 30% Off As HouseHold Linens Relocates

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2nd May 2006

Bed Linen At 30% Off As HouseHold Linens Relocates

HouseHold Linens, the country’s premier bed linen specialist, is clearing out its Ti Rakau Drive, Auckland store with 30 per cent off everything, as it relocates its outlet business to Dress Smart, Onehunga.

HouseHold Linens’ has been a landmark store on Ti Rakau Drive for more than 20 years, but the expiry of the lease and the opening of its new outlet store means it is time for a clear out and unrepeatable bargains on exclusive designer linen.

According to HouseHold Linens founding Director, Avis Nelson: `We’re even offering the 30 per discount on items already marked down in the outlet part of the store. Absolutely everything must go between now and Queen’s Birthday weekend, even the fixtures and fittings. This is a blue moon opportunity to buy linen that feels as good as it looks.’

HouseHold Linen’s development of outlet stores in Auckland and Hamilton alongside its showcase city shops is in line with international trends for designer labels to make end of range products available at a discount from select locations.

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