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Duffy & Finn's To Open In Pukekohe

20th July 2006

Duffy & Finn's To Open In Pukekohe

Foodstuffs (Auckland) Limited is to open the first of its large format liquor stores, Duffy & Finn's, in Pukekohe.

The first store in the nationwide chain will be opened by Foodstuffs (Wellington) in Porirua in August.

Foodstuffs (Auckland) Managing Director Tony Carter says the Duffy & Finn's format is an excellent addition to the PAK'nSAVE, New World and Four Square retail brands already held by Foodstuffs.

“Pukekohe is an ideal location for us to introduce the brand in our region, and we are very excited about being able to bring such an unbeatable range and excellent value to the town,” he says.

All Duffy & Finn's stores will have an extensive selection of wines and beers at all price levels, including fine wines and premium and specialty beers, a complete range of spirits and RTDs as well as related products such as cigars, glasses and accessories.

The 800 square metre store on Edinburgh Street will open in November and, like all Foodstuffs stores, is 100% locally owned and operated.

Duffy & Finn's Pukekohe owner Grant Prince says Duffy and Finn’s will offer Franklin residents an unprecedented range of wine, beer and spirits. “That will be combined with informed and friendly service and my personal guarantee that our pricing will not be beaten.”

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