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Bay Bee Cino Newmarket -Top Shop Finalist

For Immediate Release
3 September 2008

Media Release

Bay Bee Cino Newmarket – Top Shop Finalist

Bay Bee Cino Newmarket has been named as a finalist in the New Zealand Retailers Association Top Shop awards.

“The birth of our first child Sienna was the motivation for introducing Australia’s leading baby and maternity boutique to the New Zealand” said owners Rae & Ben Lightfoot.

“We understand what our customers are going through – whether they are pregnant, a new mum or a mum of four, a grandparent or shopping for a baby shower gift for a friend” said Rae Lightfoot.

“Our team at Bay Bee Cino takes particular pride in providing a unique, enjoyable shopping experience for everyone who comes through our doors Our aim is to create a positive and personalised shopping experience for every one of our customers.”

“To be named as a finalist within our first year of business is a magnificent tribute to the team at Bay Bee Cino” said Ben Lightfoot.

New Zealand’s latest birth statistics show an ongoing baby boom, with 64,140 births in the year ended June 2008 - the highest since 1972. Rae and Ben are contributing to the current baby boom, with Rae pregnant with number two.

“At Bay Bee Cino we love taking the time to listen to our customer’s stories, making a fuss of their little bundles of joy, giving gorgeous heart shaped balloons and providing beautiful gift wrapping” said Rae.

Bay Bee Cino is located at 118 Carlton Gore Road in Newmarket. Visit the friendly team in store, or view their products on line at For phone order deliveries through New Zealand, phone 0800-BAY-BEE.

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