Central North Island retailers claim Top Shop nominations

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  • July 11, 2017
Central North Island retailers claim Top Shop nominations

As the Top Shop Awards reach the last half of nominations, retailers from central North Island have claimed their spaces for the region.

The biennial Top Shop Swards are a large night for regional retailers, with nominees being selected from over 600 entrees.

12 retailers from across the Waikato, Taranaki, Rotorua and the Bay of Plenty have been named as notional finalists for 2017.

Now, only one more region remains, the upper North Island, with results to be expected this week.

But for now, here are the top finalists for central North Island:

Best Large Retailer Award finalists

KILT New Plymouth

KILT Taupo

Best Small Retailer Award finalists

Fly & Gun Hunting & Fishing, Taupo

SNAPSHOT, Hamilton

Customer Experience Award finalists

The Agrodome, Ngongotaha

KILT New Plymouth

Innovation Award finalist

Showcase Jewellers Te Awamutu

Investment in People Award finalists

Cruiseabout New Plymouth

The Agrodome, Ngongotaha

Omnichannel Award finalists

Furnish, Tauranga

KILT New Plymouth

KILT Taupo

People's Choice Award finalists

Florist ilene, Frankton, Hamilton

Last Season, Frankton, Hamilton

Pureplay e-tailer Award finalist

Pippy, Hamilton East

Visual Merchandising Award finalists

Furnish, Tauranga

Wallace Cotton, Cambridge

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