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1.122 Million Visits in just 24hrs


4 December 2008

1.122 Million Visits in just 24hrs is second behind Trademe in terms of being the most visited site in New Zealand, and is inching towards the number one spot with a record 1.122 million visits in only 24 hours.

1-day launched in June 07 and offers Kiwis three deals every 24 hours, starting at 12 noon daily - all of the desirable brands at unbelievable, impulse buying prices. Even in uncertain economic times growth continues with 1-day selling 50,000 bottles of Red Bull and 85,000 Cadbury Flakes in just a few hours!

Importing 70% of its products from around the globe, and sourcing 30% locally, 1-day is the perfect avenue for businesses wanting to move large volumes of stock quickly. With plans underway to invade the Australian market in early 2009, they are currently seeking a suitable partner to assist with the expansion, where the size of the market is considerably larger and deemed to have enormous potential.

When asked how 1-day has sustained its continuous growth, 1-day’s Director - Luke Howard-Willis says ``It’s quite simple - we give our customers what they want, 3 great deals everyday, this keeps them coming back day after day!’’

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