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Samsung Brand Plaza Hosts Evers-Swindells - 7 Sept

Samsung Brand Plaza Hosts The Evers-Swindell Sisters
7 September

This Sunday, 7 September, Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell will be appearing at the Samsung Brand Plaza, Newmarket from 13:00 -15:00.

Aucklanders will have their first chance to see the twins in person and celebrate their Olympic Gold success.

There will be an opportunity to get your own signed photograph of the twins with their medals.

Loads of prizes will be up for grabs throughout the day and people will be able to enter a competition to win a stunning 32” Samsung Series 4 LCD TV.

The atmosphere promises to be a Spring Fun Day Out for everyone who wants to come to Newmarket and share in the Olympic success of the gold-medal winning Evers-Swindell twins.


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