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Kiwi Mums Get Exclusive Member-Only Online Shopping Club

Kiwi Mums Get Exclusive Member-Only Online Shopping Club

The New Year has bought New Zealand mums a new place to shop with the launch of the country’s first member-only online shopping club dedicated to the needs of mothers and their families.

mummii.co.nz launched in early January and offers kiwi mums amazing deals on designer brands for herself, her kids and her home. “What better way to celebrate the New Year than by launching a new place for kiwi mums to shop”, said mummii founder and kiwi mum of four boys, Kara Fleming.

mummii.co.nz differs from traditional online stores, offering limited-time sales on premium 100% authentic highly desirable designer children’s clothing, toys and baby products, maternity wear, ladies clothing, cosmetics, home wares and everyday essentials from New Zealand, Australian and international brands.

For its launch mummii has partnered with one of America’s hottest children’s swimwear clothing lines ever to hit the international market. Snapper Rock, designed by Kiwi mum Liz Eglinton, manufactures and sells a range of UPF 50+ sun protection gear for children in more than 650 specialty stores and children's boutiques around the world, but its appearance on mummii.co.nz is its first foray into the New Zealand market.

“It is the first time this fabulous designer range has been available for purchase in New Zealand and it is only available exclusively on mummii.co.nz,” said Mrs Fleming.

“We feel incredibly privileged to be debuting Snapper Rock. This is an example of the high quality brands we will be featuring for kiwi mums to purchase.”

In its other sales the site features maternity wear and accessories, mineral cosmetics, organic skincare and baby food, baby bags, and an Australian designer denim range for kids.

mummii was created to delight busy mums by offering her amazing deals on gorgeous brands coupled with the ease of shopping online. “Our focus is on delivering great value to mums on brands she knows and loves, but also sourcing brands, such as Snapper Rock, that she normally wouldn’t have access too,” said Mrs Fleming.

HOW DOES MUMMII

WORK?

You have to be a member to get access to mummii’s amazing deals and it’s free to join. Shopping events for each brand run for up to 7 days. New sales events are added to the site each week.

http://mummii.co.nz

ABOUT KARA FLEMING

Kara has a background in journalism, communications and PR and was the person who organised the National Red and Black Day for Christchurch on March 18, 2011 – which saw thousands of New Zealanders dress in the proud Canterbury colours of red & black following the tragic Feb 2011 Christchurch, and raise thousands of dollars for the Salvation Army Canterbury Earthquake fund.

ENDS

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