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New Appointment At The Auckland Cooking Academy


For Immediate Release


17 April 2003

New Appointment At The Auckland Cooking Academy

Millys of Ponsonby announces the appointment of Connie Clarkson as Administrator of the new Auckland Cooking Academy.

Clarkson most recently held the position of Sales Manager, Conferences and Incentives at The Hyatt Regency Auckland. Previous experience includes owner operator of icon Auckland restaurant The French Café, as well as more than a decade in the executive training and media.

The Auckland Cooking Academy is the brainchild of Wendy Muir, proprietor of long established and well-loved kitchenware shop Millys of Ponsonby Ltd. Says Muir
“ People I meet in our store often tell me about their love of cooking and their enthusiasm for bringing home new ideas of delicious tasting, yet unpretentious food. It became clear to us that The Auckland Cooking Academy is the best way of sharing our passion for all things culinary as well as bringing to life these new and delicious ideas. I am delighted to welcome Connie into our Millys family and am confident that her enthusiasm and love of food will be totally irresistible. “

The Auckland Cooking Academy is situated in the soon to be opened Millys Kitchen Warehouse in The Home Ideas Centre in The Strand, Parnell and will be operational by June 2003

For more information, contact Connie Clarkson on 64 9 309 1690 or 021 775 020

Ends

Millys of Ponsonby has been part of the Auckland culinary landscape since 1983, offering a destination kitchenware store, a nationwide mail order catalogue, a wedding and gift registry and on line shopping. Millys of Ponsonby Ltd. is situated at 273 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland and also accessible on the Internet at www.millyskitchen.co.nz for the latest news on product, recipes and the ultimate in gift ideas. Order toll free on 0800 200 123, 8.30 – 5pm, Fax toll free 0800 200 246, 24 hours a day

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