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Shop for Christmas and Win at Atrium on Elliott

ATRIUM ON ELLIOTT

PRESS RELEASE 21 NOVEMBER 2000

Shop for Christmas and Win at Atrium on Elliott

Relax, enjoy, and indulge yourself at Atrium on Elliott shopping centre in the heart of Auckland city this Christmas. You’ll find over 60 stores under one roof, with plenty to see and do.

This Christmas we have a fresh new look, with a three metre circle of dazzling lights hanging down from the Atrium, over our new state of the art Link Bridge. And while you’re being dazzled by the lights, you can shop for Christmas and win.

Each time you shop for Christmas at Atrium on Elliott, simply make a minimum $5 purchase and you can enter one of 5 prize draws to win a great selection of prizes. Prize draws consist of Vodafones, PSP and game packs, fashion, beauty and gift vouchers.

Atrium on Elliott is the home of Rebel Sport, No1 Shoe Warehouse, Max, Sussan and George Harrison in the city, as well as a wide range of shops including Vodafone, health and beauty, flowers and fashion to suit every taste.

If you’re driving there is Free parking at Atrium Carpark for the first hour when you make purchase of$5 or more.

So don’t delay, come along to Atrium on Elliott, just across from Sky City and a 5 minute walk from ferries and the waterfront. Whether you’re looking for a fantastic new outfit for yourself or the perfect gift for a friend, Atrium on Elliott provides something for everyone.


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