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Sale Rack Launched In Auckland

Redhead Enterprises Limited is proud to announce the launch of the Sale Rack, a new website that specialises in comprehensive coverage of fashion sales in the Auckland region.

Visitors to www.thesalerack.co.nz will find an easy-to-navigate list of the latest bargains, as well as getting a lead on upcoming sales.

The site is updated regularly with sales from around Auckland, and is expanding to include other major centres, such as Wellington and Christchurch.

Reuben Keeling, creator of the Sale Rack, says the idea for the site was born from frustration.

"I got sick of buying expensive clothes, only to see them on sale a few days later," he says.

"I tried to find somewhere online that showed what sales were on or coming up something simple and easy to use. I couldn't find anything, so decided to make my own!"

"Everyone loves a bargain and the Sale Rack can help you find one," he says.

The Sale Rack is the only site of its kind to offer such comprehensive coverage of sales in the fashion world, and plans are already in place to expand to cover other industries.

"There are plenty of great deals out there from electronics to real estate," Reuben says.

"We want to help people find them."

To celebrate the launch, the Sale Rack is giving away a $500 shopping spree to one lucky member. To be in the draw, just sign up for the weekly email newsletter.

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