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Petone Warehouse Stationery has a fresh new look

Petone Warehouse Stationery has a fresh new look

Saturday 13 September, Warehouse Stationery opens its modern new look store in Petone

Warehouse Stationery celebrates the grand opening of its Petone store following a complete refurbishment, which includes a brand new copy centre area, new signage, a much improved layout, as well as a dedicated fashionery (that’s fashion stationery) area.

The Petone store boasts an extensive range of office furniture, computers, tablets and smartphones and is packed with art and craft supplies for students and hobbyists - it also offers a dedicated Apple stand with the latest products.

Paul Gianotti, General Manager of Operations, Warehouse Stationery, says: “We are thrilled to be showcasing our refreshed store, which has everything customers need to work, study, create and connect - and we’re confident that our local customers will be delighted with our wide range, low prices and great service.

“We think that customers will appreciate having a new look stationery, office furniture, technology and print centre of this calibre especially with the growing demand in fashionery, which means we can cater to fashion-forward customers wanting to reflect their personalities through accessories and stationery.”

Store Manager Andrew Smith says: “The state-of-the-art print and copy centre will give customers the ability to print everything from pop-up banners to building plans, which is a fantastic facility for local businesses and students alike who will have easy access to printing and binding of assignments and documents.

“The print centre also covers all film, digital and passport photographic needs and our friendly team are looking forward to showcasing the refreshed store and new offering to our local customers,” says Mr Smith.
Warehouse Stationery Petone is located at Annie Huggan Grove, Petone, Lower Hutt and is open 8.30am-6pm on weekdays and 9am-5pm on weekends.

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