Top Shop Award nominations finish in Auckland

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  • July 13, 2017
Top Shop Award nominations finish in Auckland

As we draw closer to the final night of the Top Shop Awards, Auckland retailers have raked in the nominations for the region.

12 retailers from across Auckland were included in the selection, including including the CBD, Ponsonby, Kingsland, Epsom, Mt Eden, Rosedale, Westgate, New Lynn, Mt Wellington and Onehunga.

The last round of nominations saw retailers in Auckland celebrate as they were hand selected from 600 other entries.

Winners of the national competition will be announced at a gala dinner in Auckland September 7.

The full list of national finalists from Auckland and Northland announced tonight is:

Best Large Retailer Award finalists

KILT Ponsonby

Glengarry Kingsland

Best Small Retailer Award finalists

Global Baby, Epsom

John Franich Jewellers, Westgate

Customer Experience Award finalists

John Franich Jewellers, Westgate

KILT Ponsonby

Innovation Award finalists

LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Mt Wellington

Tea Total Concept Store, Rosedale

Wildzone gift shop at Auckland Zoo, Western Springs

Investment in People Award finalists

Flight Centre High Street, Auckland Central

Vuksich & Joll Travel Associates, Mt Eden

Omnichannel Award finalists

Global Baby, Epsom

Flight Centre High Street, Auckland Central

Urban Dogs, Rosedale

Glengarry Kingsland

People's Choice Award finalists

House of Decor, Onehunga

The Sleep Store, New Lynn

Pureplay E-tailer Award finalists

Cadenshae, One Tree Point, Northland

The Sleep Store, New Lynn

Visual Merchandising Award finalists

Global Baby, Epsom

John Franich Jewellers, Westgate

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  • July 21, 2017
  • The Register team
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