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1.122 Million Visits in just 24hrs

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4 December 2008


1.122 Million Visits in just 24hrs

www.1-day.co.nz 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!’’

To see what all of the excitement is about, check out 1-day.co.nz.


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