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Van Dyks Launches Jaycar Online

Tuesday, 15 July 2014, 1:23 pm
Press Release: Van Dyks
Van Dyks Launches Jaycar Online

Van Dyks Launches Jaycar Online 15th July/1.230pm, Putaruru, New Zealand; Jaycar is globally known for it's range and affordability when it comes to Electronics and accessories.

Van Dyks have over 800 lines of Jaycar with over 400 lines currently available online. Jaycar's unique and diverse range of electronics provides an abundance of products from which to choose.

Jaycar Electronics is a leading Australian and New Zealand electronics retail company that is committed to providing customers with value for money for their unique products.Van Dyks is proud to offer this popular brand online to make it easier for customers to buy Jaycar online.

In fact Jaycar Electronics have over 80 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand and employ around 1000 staff. "Local awareness of the Jaycar brand has grown eceptionally well due to the different solutions that Jaycar products provide " said Chris Wood Technology Manager

Information about buying Jaycar is available at their website: Jaycar Jaycar can be purchased starting from around $2 through the website and an extra 15% discount is available when joining Club Van Dyks membership program.

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