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Ezibuy Opens First of its New Stores in Hamilton

Ezibuy Opens First of its New Stores in Hamilton


EziBuy founders,
Gerard (left) and Peter Gillespie, and Silver Fern and Magic
player, Joline Henry, officially open the new store in
Hamilton last night
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EziBuy founders, Gerard (left) and Peter Gillespie, and Silver Fern and Magic player, Joline Henry, officially open the new store in Hamilton last night

Background:

Multi-channel retailer EziBuy opens its first retail store in Hamilton today, as part of its national retail expansion plan.

EziBuy is Australasia’s largest apparel and home décor catalogue company.

The Hamilton store is the first of four new EziBuy stores to open nationwide within the next six months and will strengthen the company’s position as a multi-channel retailer. Further stores will open in Tauranga, Wellington and Auckland.


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