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$2,000 Winner for Carlton Gore Road!

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$2,000 Winner for Carlton Gore Road!
September 5, 2014

When entering the Carlton Gore Road Shopping Spree competition online, Sarah Adams did not expect that with only a few easy clicks she would then be announced as the lucky winner of $2000 to spend in the Carlton Gore Road area.

This competition was in celebration of the new and improved Carlton Gore Road precinct, and after a fantastic Market Day full of live music, face painting, pony rides and live art performances it couldn’t have been a better way to wrap up the festivities.

“The event has told the world that Carlton Gore Road is open for business” says Newmarket Business Association CEO, Mark Knoff-Thomas, he added “we couldn’t have hoped for a better turnout on the day or better weather, and we believe the Market Day was needed to bring people back here - after many months of road works.”

About Newmarket Business Association
The Newmarket Business Association was incorporated in 1937. It is one of the largest business associations of its type in New Zealand and its primary role is to promote and assist all business sectors within the area.

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