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Free wi-fi at Buttercrane Centre

Newry’s Buttercrane Centre is launching into the New Year with free Wi-Fi for all its customers – perfect for browsing the Internet while you’re browsing around the Centre’s 50+ shops. It is also a great way to get instant access news of special promotions and offers exclusively on offer to those with power at their fingertips. Marking the move to maximise the might of internet access the Centre has also unveiled a new look site at www.buttercraneshopping.co.uk The new look site has a vibrant easy to navigate layout with stacks of information on the latest news, views, competitions, special offers and super savings from Buttercrane as well as an interactive Store Directory, the opportunity to purchase the ever popular Buttercrane gift vouchers on line and even a Jobs Board to highlight job opportunities in the Centre. Best of all the entire new site is helping Buttercrane get up close and personal with the people that make the Centre come alive: its shoppers. Centre Manager Peter Murray says: “We’re very mindful that we have a real Buttercrane community out there and we have been devising still more ways to keep in touch in a friendly and useful way, bringing ideas, offers, blogs and fun to the people who make our businesses here really hum. The new site makes it easier than ever before to join with our massive social media fan base and we’ve added new elements so that browsing our website will now be as easy as it is inspirational.” Central to that inspiring new direction will be a regular fashion blog from Buttercrane’s own Personal Style Advisor Amanda Rafferty and a new e-zine for the Centre. Peter says: “Our ambition has been to create a free glossy magazine on the web and to give browsers the chance to get a taste of Buttercrane even while they are relaxing at home. Hopefully that coupled with the sheer value and diversity of our stores will inspire lots more shopping trips in 2013 and beyond!”


Newry Reporter

16th January 2013