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Official Opening of Bridge and Promotion at Atrium



New Meaning to the Term Fish on Friday
Official Opening of Bridge and Promotion at Atrium on Elliott

MP Pansy Wong will officially open the new state-of-the-art Link Bridge at Atrium on Elliott and will launch the 'Fish for Prizes' promotion on Friday 26th May between 12:30 and 1:30pm.

This marks the completion of the exciting new Atrium on Elliott redevelopment, which now features 69 outlets, the new Link Bridge and entrance from Elliott Street.

To celebrate, shoppers can win ishuffles, beauty treatments, Vodafone phones, sports equipment and heaps of other great prizes when they ‘fish’ from the new Link Bridge.

Pansy Wong, National MP for Auckland Central will cut the ribbon and officially open the bridge. Pansy will be the first to cast her fishing line over the huge arc of the 18metre hand rail, down past the high tension framework cables and into the pool of prizes on offer for anyone who spends $5 or more at any Atrium on Elliott outlet.

Purchases must be between 9am 22 May, until 12:30pm, Friday 26th May. The Fish for prizes competition will be on Friday once Pansy has opened the Atrium Link Bridge and will finish at 1:30, or when the prizes run out, whichever is first.

Shoppers only need to hand their receipt to the Atrium Link Bridge attendant and they will be provided with a fishing rod for a chance to ‘Fish for prizes’. Happy fishing!


Atrium on Elliott, 21-25 Elliott Street, Auckland City.

17 Food outlets, 29 Fashion and Accessory shops, 6 Gift and Souvenir retailers, 11 Health and Beauty specialists, Vodafone First Mobile, Rebel Sport, No1 Shoe Warehouse, Auckland Clothing Alterations, Quick Fix (cobbler, key cutting & engraving), Floral Designs by Iris, ASB & Westpac ATMs.

OPENING HOURS: Mon - Thu: Shops 9am - 6pm, Foodcourt 7am - 6pm. Fri: Shops 9am - 7pm, Foodcourt 7am - 8pm. Weekends & Public Holidays: Shops 10am - 5pm, Foodcourt 9am - 5pm.

FREE PARKING at ATRIUM CARPARK (Carpark entrance on Albert Street) Mon to Fri - First hour free*. Sat, Sun and Public Holidays - All day free parking until 6pm.

*with same day proof of purchase of $5.00 or more from any ATRIUM ON ELLIOTT outlet. Take receipt of purchase to the Management Office on level 3 to get your parking discount.

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