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Kenzie’s Gift Announces Partnership with NZsale

22nd March 2012

Kenzie’s Gift Announces Partnership with NZsale

Children’s cancer charity Kenzie’s Gift (www.kenziesgift.com) has today, Thursday 22nd March 2012, been appointed the official charity of NZsale, New Zealand’s leading members-only on-line shopping club.

This partnership is a new and exciting venture for NZsale as the brand has never aligned itself with a charity before. The first joint activity to take place is a mystery box promotion where members can buy a mystery box containing a variety of designer goods for a bargain price. All the proceeds from this offer will be donated to Kenzie’s Gift.

Nic Russell, founder of the charity said, “We are delighted that a company with the stature of NZsale has chosen Kenzie’s Gift to support. At a time when money is tight for everyone, to be able to create a ‘win, win’ situation for NZsale, their members and the charity is fantastic. Any proceeds donated will be put towards helping more families affected by cancer.”

Sally Alberhart, General Manager of North Harbour based NZsale, commented, “The mystery box offer will go live to members tomorrow. For $15 NZsale members can purchase either a men’s or women’s box containing at least five items of good quality clothing which can act as a nice surprise or gift for recipients. The wonderful work Kenzie’s Gift does caught our attention at a time when we were looking to appoint an official charity for the brand. We hope that NZsale will be able to raise significant amounts of money all for a great cause.”

• Kenzie’s Gift is a registered charity founded in April 2008.
• It provides evidence-based therapeutic support to children and families affected by cancer.
• It has already helped over 80 families since its inception.
• Patch Adams, M.D, world renowned doctor whom Robin Williams starred as in the Hollywood movie of the same name, also endorses Kenzie’s Gift and is on the Board of Advisors.

If you would like to support Kenzie’s Gift, please forward your donation to:

ASB Bank, Devonport
A/c Name Kenzie’s Gift
A/c No. 12-3015-0612425-00
Or go on-line to www.kenziesgift.com to donate.

About The APAC Sale Group
NZsale.co.nz was launched in January 2008 by Jamie Jackson as a sister site to Ozsale.com.au which Jackson founded in January 2006. NZsale & Ozsale employ over 250 people locally and are now part of the APAC Sale Group which reaches more than 3.4 million people via its local website properties in New Zealand (www.nzsale.co.nz), Australia (www.ozsale.com.au), Singapore (www.singsale.com.sg) and Malaysia (www.mysale.my). NZsale was the first private shopping club in the market and is the number one online apparel and accessories retailer in the country. Across fashion, accessories, health and beauty, as well as homewares, gifts & toys, the Company hosts flash sales that run for 3 to 4 days in each core market. Only members can access sales. Membership is free.

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