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Bridie Breezes Through Her Summer Shopping

For Immediate Release
Monday 3 October

Bridie Breezes Through Her Summer Shopping

EziBuy, Australasia's largest fashion clothing and home catalogue company, has teamed up with leading Australian actress Bridie Carter, the star of the TV2 programme McLeod's Daughters, to launch its summer highlights catalogue. As part of this ongoing relationship, Bridie will feature in catalogues, on front covers, and will work with the EziBuy team to choose her favourite styles which will be highlighted in each issue. She will also be heavily involved in building awareness of the EziBuy way of shopping in throughout New Zealand and Australia.

"We are very excited to be working with Bridie. We chose her because she has natural, easy style and broad appeal - she's the perfect partner for EziBuy. A recent mother, she juggles her busy work life with her new family well. She understands how hard it can be for a mum to get around the shops and the comfort that can be gained from catalogue and online shopping in her own home and in her own time," comments Grant Jennings, EziBuy Australasia GM Marketing.

Hot off the press, the catalogue is currently hitting customers' doorsteps and letterboxes packed with top fashion styles, hand picked by specialist buyers inspired by the latest summer trends from the world's catwalks. The womenswear collection offers a comprehensive range that includes three distinct brands - Capture, Emerge and Grace Hill - plus the extended choice offered by exclusive brands Glory, Together, Apart and Urban.

Everything in the catalogue is available though EziBuy's efficient mail-order system, which offers a broad range of ordering options – including online shopping – and excellent customer service support.
Bridie Carter says, "I'm thrilled about teaming up with EziBuy. I've loved working my way through the gorgeous summer highlights catalogue - there's something for everyone, from key basics to fun, summery fashion. It's all about must-have styles delivered to your doorstep.

"With my hectic lifestyle, I have recently discovered that EziBuy is a fantastic way to shop and I love it! No matter where I am, EziBuy is available to me - it's stress free, quick and best of all it's easy", continues Bridie.

Across the entire EziBuy collection, the common themes continue to be choice, convenience and exceptional value for the customer's fashion dollar. And of course, there's EziBuy's no-questions-asked returns policy and the added benefit of collecting FlyBuy points.

Any fashion-conscious shopper will find the elements of a stylish and affordable wardrobe inside, whether it's staples to mix and match with other labels or statement pieces without the designer price tags –all available without having to battle the shopping hordes.

Visit www.ezibuy.com/shop/nz to browse and order online or call free on 0508 500 500 to request a catalogue.

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