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Scots in Spirit welcomes aboard BagpipesNZ

April 26, 2016 1 min read

Scots in Spirit welcomes aboard BagpipesNZ

We are excited to announce that BagpipesNZ has now become part of the Scots in Spirit family.

BagpipesNZ, the longstanding New Zealand supplier of the world-renowned Gibson Bagpipes products, has developed a solid reputation within the New Zealand piping community for delivering both a fantastic product as well as a top quality service to its customers.

With the addition of BagpipesNZ, Scots in Spirit now offers a comprehensive range of bagpipe products, including the Peter Henderson, R. G. Hardie, and Gibson brands, as well as a number of bagpipe support products and accessories.

This enables Scots in Spirit to provide its customers with an excellent variation in choice of products, while also catering to all of their bagpiping needs.

To keep up to date with future developments in our bagpipe and pipe band instrument range, feel free to subscribe to the Scots in Spirit email newsletter here, and for any enquiries contact Graham Foggin on 09 971 7694 or graham@scotsinspirit.com.  


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