Big bags of balls going free at the new Lindt store in the Canberra Outlet Centre

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LINDT & Sprüngli have announced their first retail store opening in the Canberra Outlet Centre. The official opening date is Friday August 26 at 10am.

CEO of Lindt Australia Stephen Loane says the shop will feature a wide range of premium chocolate products, with many exclusive varieties including the largest selection of Lindor balls in Australia and drinks for Lindt chocolate lovers to enjoy.

“The shop opening will be celebrated with a generous giveaway of 1kg of Lindor balls to the first 100 customers who spend $10 or more in-store daily from 26th August to 28th August, accumulating to a giveaway of 300kg of free chocolate,” Stephen said.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our Chocolate Shops to the ACT. Following the success of our Chocolate Shops around Australia, we know customers in Canberra will enjoy indulging in our signature chocolate drinks and the wide range of Lindt chocolate products we have on offer.

“For the first two weeks of the store opening, customers will receive 50% off the fill your own Pick and Mix gift box range. Shoppers will also have the opportunity to purchase Lindt’s decadent seasonal hot chocolate flavours including Hazelnut and Salted Caramel from the Lindt Chocolate Bar serving hot and cold take away drinks.

“There are currently eight Lindt Chocolate Cafes and nine Lindt Chocolate Shops across Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Gold Coast.”

The Canberra Lindt Chocolate Shop is located at Canberra Outlet Centre, 337 Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick ACT 2609.

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