Zen Zone – setting the record straight

With regards to the story about Zen Zone, Pukekohe, published in July 28 issue, we were incorrect with regards to the statements around importation of products and trees. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience this has caused. Justin Joseph has lived in New Zealand for four years, and is proud to call himself a Franklin resident.
We had incorrectly made the statement that Justin had grown up in the area. Zen Zone pride themselves on directly importing their artefacts and locally growing quality bonsai trees – they do not import their trees as previously stated. Zen Zone can be found at 63 Edinburgh Street and Justin welcomes anyone to come and visit their store. For any further enquiries, Justin can be contacted on 09 238 7079, otherwise, visit their website: www.zen-zone.co.nz

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