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Large scale IT company launching out of S Island

Media Release - Monday 25th August 2008.

South Island based company Kiwi Internet Marketing Ltd announces the launch of it's 24 hour marketing Website will present to the consumer, 24 hour shopping in a unique way, never before seen in New Zealand.

Not only will it bring a sampling of new products and services, in a wide range of categories every 24 hours.

The entire website transforms every 24 hours at 735pm every night.

This includes all the websites products & services, background, colours & feel.

735pm is built using the latest in flash website technology and has been beta testing during July & August. will be the first big budget IT company to launch out of the Nelson Province.

735pm has achieved the highest level of online secure shopping equaling the same level of security as online NZ banking via Westpac bank.

The team at 735pm have traveled the length of New Zealand bringing onboard companies, wanting to promote their goods and services using the aggressive marketing technique.

All products & services are at incredible prices, but in very limited quantity.

The 735pm marketing model has been developed by Nelson based businessman Alan Trent.

Mr. Trent has been titled many times in the media as a property developer, due to his purchase of a significant strip of prime coastal Nelson property.

He is in fact a marketing entrepreneur, who gained his wealth from marketing, NOT from property development.

Mr. Trent hopes that 735pm will build confidence and pave the way for other larger IT based companies to launch out of regional areas with Mr. Trent committing over a million dollars to it's development and launch.

The website offers significant opportunities for companies to market Nationwide.


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