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Auckland’s newest market coming

Auckland’s newest market coming

Immediate Release

Auckland’s newest market is coming to Henderson on 5 October 2014.
The Trust Arena Sunday Market will be opening at the Trust Arena on 5 October 2014, from 7am – 1pm every Sunday.


The Market is run by David Lee, an experienced entrepreneur, hospitality expertise, and one of the first stallholders at Auckland Council’s New Lynn Night Market.

Lee, a long-time residents in West Auckland, is positive about the new Sunday market.

“We aim to provide a market focused on community development and economic success for the area,” says Lee. “Ensuring that stallholders feel they are engaged and part of the market as a family is very important to us.”

Markets have fast becoming a popular shopping heaven for money-savvy Aucklanders. It provide cheap and diverse options for Aucklanders and small business owners an opportunity to build their businesses.

“The market provides price savvy quality products for bargain hunters, and a cheap opportunity for entrepreneurs who may want to explore options to build their first business.”

“I’ve started as a stallholder at the New Lynn Night Market and recognised how
markets can empower communities and small business owners.”

“And this could also give people an opportunity to showcase their artistic talents, whether you are a visual artist, musician, or entertainer.”

Call for stallholders are now open. For more information about the market, visit http://trustsarenasundaymarket.weebly.com/ or contact David Lee, trustssundaymarket@gmail.com.

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