29 Dec 2017

Amanzimtoti Gets a New Crazy Plastics Store

The new Crazy Plastics Amanzimtoti store, located in the heart of the Arbour Crossing Retail Centre, opened its doors on 14 December. The store is one of the biggest Crazy Plastics stores in the country, and boasts 2000 square metres of space, packed to the brim with the widest range of products the province has ever seen. It’s no wonder that thousands of Crazy Plastics fans rushed to the launch to take advantage of the opening offers and crazy discounts.

The store is ready and stocked for 2018! For kids, the Amanzimtoti store offers loads of back-to-school goodies, from lunchboxes and storage containers for books and stationary, to colourful arts and crafts boxes, pens and pencils, and sweetie lunchbox fillers. Mom will love the high-quality storage solutions for the kitchen, lounge and bedroom (perfect to pack away all the new, festive season gifts), while stocking up on mason jars, foil containers and catering accessories for the next time she entertains. Everyone heading back to work can also get their hands on office storage solutions and organising tools, to keep files, documents and reports neatly stacked away, starting the year on a de-cluttered note. There are all of these products and more to get your hands on; you can shop for all of our 5000 products under one, large roof!

Local Durbanites took to social media to share their excitement over the new Amanzimtoti store. “Now it will be easy for my mother to get her packaging stuff, ‘cause she packs and cooks a lot!” says local resident Bhongulethu. “Just what Toti needs!” says local, Shantell. If you want to see what all the fuss is about get to the store to take advantage of the massive discounts on all products, while stocks last.

Don’t forget to follow CrazyPlasticsSouthAfrica on Facebook, to keep up to date with the latest specials, discounts and crazy competitions. And visit the Amanzimtoti Store: Shop 21, Arbour Crossing Retail Centre, corner Oppenheimer and Arbour Roads, Umbogintwini. 

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