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www.te.co.nz a hit with fantasy fans

Cabbage Tree Press
Auckland

19 April 2004

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www.te.co.nz a hit with fantasy fans

T&E Online (www.te.co.nz) was praised by Armageddon Pulp Culture Expo visitors this past weekend for their unique approach to online trading.

Visitors to the stand commended the website for its user friendly navigation and range of online services, including auctions, live ads, paper ads and NZ Car Buys (www.nzcarbuys.co.nz) listings.

Trade & Exchange, New Zealand’s original free ads paper, appeared at the Aotea Centre stand, alongside trader website www.te.co.nz and offered free copies of the paper. Collectors and hobbyists were given an opportunity to win great games and communications prizes from Dick Smith and Parallel Imported Ltd and had a chance to search online and in the paper for the latest collectible and sci-fi classifieds.

The New Zealand icon publication also attracted another of the country’s big names to its stand. Laurence Makoare, who played the Witch King among his many roles in the successful Lord of the Rings trilogy, joined in the search for online bargains.

For a taste of the easy to navigate and free to sell T&E Online (providing a community service completely without charge for non-business customers) go to www.te.co.nz.

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