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Sophie Falkiner Named New Ambassador for AMP CSC

Sophie Falkiner Named New Ambassador for AMP Capital Shopping Centres



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Media Release April 2008


Sophie Falkiner Named New Ambassador for AMP Capital Shopping Centres

New Zealanders will soon be seeing a lot of popular Australian media personality and TV presenter Sophie Falkiner, who is to become the new ambassador for AMP Capital Shopping Centres which includes Botany Town Centre (East Auckland), LynnMall Shopping Centre (West Auckland), Bayfair Shopping Centre (Tauranga) and The Palms Shopping Centre (Christchurch).

Best known as the presenter of some of our Downunder cousin’s most popular television programmes, including Wheel of Fortune, The Great Outdoors and Confidential, Sophie will soon be as familiar to shoppers at AMP Capital Shopping Centres as she is across the Tasman.

Senior Centre Manager, Jennifer Manning said, “We are excited about Sophie being named ambassador as her down-to-earth, personable attitude, coupled with her sense of fashion and style, make her a great fit for our centres. Being a working Mum with so much to juggle, I am sure so many of our customers can relate to her.

“She makes looking good so easy but with her low-key, everyday lifestyle, can offer her opinions on a range of topics, from fashion for all occasions to family and kids, food and leisure, and home and lifestyle. As the mum of a little girl, Sophie faces the same challenge we all do…finding and maintaining a balanced life! We welcome Sophie and believe she will inspire and connect with our customers.”

Sophie’s role at AMP Capital Shopping Centres will involve inspiring the centre’s winter and summer fashion campaigns, hosting events, making public appearances and offering lifestyle and fashion tips throughout key seasons.

ENDS

About AMP Capital Shopping Centres (AMPCSC)

AMP Capital Shopping Centres (AMPCSC) manages five Centres in New Zealand; LynnMall, Botany Town Centre and Manukau Supa Centre in Auckland, Bayfair Shopping Centre in Tauranga and The Palms in Christchurch. In total there are forty three centres, thirty eight of which are in Australasia.

AMP Capital Shopping Centres (AMPCSC) fits within the Property Division of AMP Capital Investors and provides asset, development and property management expertise to the shopping centres owned and/or managed by AMP Capital Investors’ various property funds and private clients.

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