224 days ago

RE : Level 3 for Retailers

Manager from Southern Adventure

Dear valued customers hope you have kept safe and well during the 4 week lock down in your bubble we should be all proud to be Kiwis with all what we have achieved.
As of the 28th April per Government guidelines we will be moving to Level 3, we can't open shop doors, however we can offer our customers Contact less ordering or Enquiries via Facebook /Messenger or Email: southernadventureinvercargill@gmail.com .

Orders can be Couriered or Contact Less Pickup can be done at an arranged time.

We will be processing all orders on Tuesdays & Thursdays between 11am and 2.30pm.

Payments can be made by Internet Banking or credit card.

(Once payments are cleared or received, orders will dispatched.)

We are following guidelines and health and safety measures by social distancing and disinfecting as we go about.

Thank your support during these difficult times.

Kia Kaha stay safe and well in your bubbles.


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