Ikea bringing free(ish) meatballs to Garema Place

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THE IKEA Mobile Catalogue will arrive at Garema Place on 7 October 2016 at 10am and Canberrans are invited to get a taste of the new IKEA Catalogue and app, dished up with a serve of traditional Swedish meatballs.

Mark Mitchinson, IKEA Canberra Store Manager said no money will be exchanged at the IKEA Mobile Catalogue with locals asked to pay for their meatballs using social currency.

“Just download the new IKEA Catalogue app, via Google Play or the App Store, and share using #IKEAcatalogue2017 in exchange for a dish of KÖTTBULLAR [meatballs] served with lingonberry jam and gravy,” Mike said.

“IKEA has launched the 2017 IKEA Catalogue and to celebrate its arrival we are excited to be hosting the Mobile Catalogue in Canberra.

“We are thrilled to be able to give Canberrans a taste of our iconic Catalogue and meatballs, along with a sample of some of the 500 new products that have just arrived in store.

”In Australia, we know that the kitchen is the heart of the home and we look forward to welcoming the wider community to our Swedish kitchen as it travels from state to state. We encourage people to come on down, take a peek at some of the new products, say hej and share a meal with us!”

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