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Dick Smith invites all to Friends and Family’ event

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Dick Smith invites all New Zealanders to first ever ‘Friends and Family’
events for Christmas bargains TONIGHT (Wednesday, 5 December)

Retailer’s new management team celebrates with special offers for Kiwis


AUCKLAND, 5 December 2012 – Leading consumer electronics retailer Dick Smith is under new management and celebrating Christmas early by opening its doors to all New Zealanders for its first ever ‘Family & Friends’ event with special offers for young and old.

The events will be held at all Dick Smith stores across New Zealand this evening, Wednesday 5th December, from 5pm to 8pm, and will offer leading brands and the latest gadgets at extra special prices for one night only. The special deals will also be available online.

Craig Douglas, NZ Merchandise Manager for Dick Smith in New Zealand says that while retailers frequently hold exclusive sales events for a limited few, Dick Smith’s management wanted to open their offer up to all Kiwis to “shake things up.”

“With all the latest changes happening at Dick Smith lately, and the new management team arriving, we want to thank Kiwis for their support and show that we’re committed to continuing to bring them the best technology at great prices, backed up by the most knowledgeable team of tech experts in the market,” said Mr Douglas.

Some of the special deals available on the night will include:
• • 10% off iPods, iTunes and Mobiles Phones (excl. iPhones)
• • 15% off all TVs 50” and over
• • 25% off Toshiba Laptops, Navigation, Digital Photo frames
• • 30% off Headphones, Home Theatres, Home Networking
• • 50% off HDMI Cables

For more information on store locations in your area, visit Dick Smith online at www.dicksmith.co.nz

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