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Boardertown makes its mark on the hill

12 December 2013

Media Release

Boardertown makes its mark on the hill

One of New Zealand’s largest and most successful independent shops is making its mark on another prominent Auckland location – College Hill. 

Boardertown College Hill opens to the public this week – bringing the boy’s behind the shop one step closer to their dream of taking the store and its name nationwide.

A dedicated snow, skate and street gear store, Boardertown was founded on modest roots – with three young mates coming together to open shop – starting with a small space in Howick with only a few skateboards, six snowboards and no shoes...

In nine years, Boardertown has become one of the most recognised skate/snow stores in the country – winning theEmerging Business and Small Business of the Year in the Manukau Business Excellence Awards in both 2009 and 2010.

Boardertown retails premium skateboard and snowboard equipment, footwear, clothing and accessories through their bricks & mortar retail stores in Botany, College Hill and online at www.boardertown.co.nz. Part of every sale goes to sponsoring local skaters, snowboarders and to ensuring more skateparks for the community. 

By opening a second store in College Hill, Boardertown will be more accessible to the wider Auckland region.  The new store is located 100m from the popular Victoria Park skatepark and just 200m from the Motorway.

Come check it out and take advantage of the 15% off opening special. 3 College Hill, Freemans Bay.

ENDS

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