08 January 2023 | Kimberley Dixon | Hospitality Business
Locals and visitors to the region will need to pace themselves with 37 drinks on offer between the three cities alone from Thursday January 12. The post Cool As Challenge expands to Upper Hutt & Porirua cafes appeared first on .
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