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Van Dyks Ecommerce website Launch

Putaruru,Waikato New Zealand/ 10th June 2014 – Van Dyks is happy to announce the launch of its brand new website

This new website will help convey to the public the purpose of Van Dyks and share relevant information that deals with home appliances and home furnishings.

Van Dyks specializes in appliances,furniture and flooring and the companies new website will provide detailed information to help consumers with their product choices.

Among the types of products/services available to choose from are appliances , beds, lounge Suites, carpet and flooring.

Additionally Van Dyks also offers a free membership club which customers receive an instant discount of 15% across the entire range of products.

“We are so happy with our singing washing machine we purchased from Van Dyks” said Kia Maia

"Join our Club Van Dyks and you will never pay full price on over 20 000 products we have available" says Daniel Van Dyk.

Along with free deliveries for Waikato/Bay Of Plenty customers and providing price match guarantees on our product ranges we are very competitive with the National retail Chains Van Dyk explains.

For more information about [Van Dyks] simply call [07 883 7309] or go to their website

ABOUT Van Dyks: Van Dyks is a family owned and operated home furnishing business with three locations in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty.Van Dyks is your complete home furnishing store, selling a wide range of products in the Appliance, Manchester, Furniture, Window Treatment and Flooring departments.

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