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Aotea Square Markets Open for Christmas Trading

News Release – 3 December 2003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Aotea Square Markets Open for Christmas Trading

Forget your Christmas shopping worries – you’ll find all that you need at Aotea Square Markets.

Aotea Square Markets on Aotea Square, THE EDGE® will be open for extended Christmas trading from Friday 12 December to Christmas Eve 10am to 6pm.

Developed almost three years ago by THE EDGE®, which manages the Aotea Centre, Auckland Town Hall, The Civic and Aotea Square, the Aotea Square Markets have become firmly established as one of the best shopping experiences in downtown Auckland and have transformed Aotea Square into a vibrant exciting place to be every Friday and Saturday.

The maze of colourful tents is an Aladdin’s cave of delights with stalls ranging from arts and crafts, Pasifika, designer and vintage clothing, jewellery, bric-a-brac, coffee and fresh juice, delicious food as well as fresh organic fruit and vegetables.

After Christmas Aotea Square Markets will continue trading as usual on every Friday and Saturday, rain or shine.

ENDS

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