Furniture suppliers KE-ZU are having a huge sale on all stock in their Clearance and Online Stores, as well as on floor stock in their Surry Hills showroom. By placing orders online you will receive 40% off the total order value displayed. A further 40% is deducted from the already heavily discounted prices online at the […]
February 13th, 2009
Furniture suppliers KE-ZU are having a huge sale on all stock in their Clearance and Online Stores, as well as on floor stock in their Surry Hills showroom.
By placing orders online you will receive 40% off the total order value displayed. A further 40% is deducted from the already heavily discounted prices online at the Clearance Store.
Visit the KE-ZU showroom and 40% will be deducted from the RRP of any showroom floor stock on display, including the latest releases from Europe.
For more details visit the website or call KE-ZU on +61 2 9699 6600. For Sale conditions click here.
Showroom SALE hours 8:00am-6:00pm Monday to Friday.
Suite 201, 61 Marlborough Street, Surry Hills.
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