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The Centralian advocate Tue 7 Feb 2017

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 7 Feb 2017

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2017-02-07

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C01383

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/266170

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/452994

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18 LIFESTYLE TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7 2017 CAVE01Z01MA - V1 Christine Ansorge advertising feature Straight from the heart Valentines Day perfect time to share gifts of love Alice Springs Hourglass Jewellery sales assistants Tamsyn Lambley and Chloe Skoss are preparing for a busy Valentine's Day. Picture: CHRISTINE ANSORGE WHY not treat your loved one to an intimate meal for two at the Gap View Hotel this Valentines Day. Weve got a lunch or dinner shared menu offer for $89 per couple, marketing manager Ang Wright said. The venue is huge so if you want to sit outside where no one is close by, you can do that. And someone else cooks for you. The Valentines Day menu offers three cours es and a complimentary bottle of sparkling. Both the entree and dessert are shared plates. Its great value, its a great menu. We want to get people loving and sharing, Ms Wright said. Ms Wright is excited about creating a romantic setting for couples. There will be table decorations and love hearts around the dining room. We want to make a special day special for couples, she said. In preparation for a romantic evening why not pamper yourself at Cherri Red Hairdressers. Owned and managed by 24-year-old Leanne Hull Cherri Red is the perfect way to ready yourself for that special evening. On Valentines Day a range of offers are available to suit everyones needs. Gift vouchers are also available. Whether its a blow wave and make up or a deluxe package including a manicure, pedicure and facial, Cherri Red has what you are looking for. Located in the Coles complex, the salon has been serving Alice Springs residents for the past eight years. It has been continually expanding to provide for its clientele and is now a 14-seat salon which includes hair and beauty. Ms Hull said its all about experiencing the Cherri Red difference. We really like to take care of the customers and put the customers first and give them the best that we can offer, she said. Christine Ansorge Dinners for two and a hairdo pamper VALENTINES Day is almost upon us and what better way to show your special someone how much you love them by giving them a gift from the heart. For many it may be a time to shop for a romantic piece of jewellery. Alice Plaza Hourglass Jewellery sales assistant Chloe Skoss said jewellery is a special gift that you can buy a loved one. Jewellery is one of those things that when you receive it as a gift it has a lot of memories forever, Ms Skoss said. You remember who gave it to you, when they gave it to you and the occasion. Jewellery is special; you can pass it down and cherish it. Opening its doors on January 5 this year Hourglass Jewellery has continued to maintain a high quality of professionalism and expertise. Manager Natasha Tivendale said its all about customer service. The girls treat everyone the same. We value our customers and we are here to try and help them in any way, Ms Tivendale said. This Valentines Day Hourglass jewellery is offering a free $49 pendant when $100 is spent on an item out of the endless love catalogue. For others when they think of Valentines Day chances are a dozen long stem roses comes to mind. However, owner and manager of Alice Springs Flower Studio Eseta de jong said that things are changing. Most people love roses but other flowers are also becoming more popular, Ms de jong said. Flowers such as carnations, orientals and lilies are fast becoming a hit at this time of year. Teddies are also a very popular way to say I love you and there is no shortage of them at Alice Springs Flower Studio. Ms de jong anticipates this Valentines Day to be a very busy time. I expect its going to be a massive and busy day. People are already starting to place orders for Valentines Day, she said. More gift ideas Pages 20-21 loveendless FREE!DIAMOND PENDANTWITH PURCHASESOVER $100 Free diamond pendant valued at $49.95 excludes chain. Offer valid for one free pendant per transaction. MP3190. Alice Plaza / Todd Mall Ph: (08) 8952 9944