A fleet of cars is set to make its way across the country, though you won’t hear them coming.
Seventeen-year-old Josh Laforteza has cerebral palsy, and for the first time in years, he can finally go to the beach. $6,000 was raised to buy Josh a custom-made beach buggy, with Bayfair Shopping Centre donating half of the funds. Watch the full video here.
A series of New Zealand firsts in the arena of community progress and accessibility has led Bayfair Shopping Centre to win an award for its nation-leading accessibility programme at the Shopping Centre Council of Australia (SCCA) Marketing Awards.
Tauranga’s Bayfair Shopping Centre has won an award for its accessibility in public spaces programme at the Shopping Centre Council of Australia (SCCA) Marketing Awards. The award includes a prize of $2500, which Bayfair will donate to the Omanu Surf Life Saving Club. Read the full article …
Bayfair Shopping Centre has been commended for their accessibility efforts, winning an award for its accessibility in public spaces programme at the Shopping Centre Council of Australia (SCCA) Marketing Awards.
Steve Ellingford, centre manager at Bayfair Shopping Centre, and Jonathan Armstrong, Divisional Asset Manager – Retail at AMP Capital, speak about the importance of accessibility in the business world.
A courageous Tauranga teen will soon be back on the beach for the first time in five years, thanks to a donation made by Bayfair Shopping Centre.
Bayfair Shopping Centre is powering into a sustainable future with the installation of an electric car charging station.
With the silly season in full swing, the annual Christmas poll by AMP Capital Shopping Centres (AMPCSC) is revealing Kiwi shopping patterns in Auckland (Botany Town Centre), Tauranga (Bayfair) and Christchurch (The Palms) from the perspective of both consumers and retailers – and identifies some surprising habits in the lead-up to this 25 December. Watch Desiree Clark, Marketing manager …
A dog pen at Tauranga’s Bayfair Shopping Centre has set tails wagging and garnered an overwhelmingly positive response from customers. Dog owners can leave their dogs with water, toys and shelter while they shop. Centre manager Steve Ellingford said it was originally part of the centre’s plan to gain the highest accessibility rating – platinum – from social change agency Be …
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