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  # 197531 23-Feb-2009 19:16
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old3eyes: If you go the the shopping mall in Papatoetoe in South Auckland and look at the signs above the side road door there is still a Georgie Pie sign there.


is that on THIS door?

I still have Georgie-pie trays, menuboards (with little indians one buck, two bucks 3 bucks etc), fittings and recipes along with a couple of small "Funtastic value" signs (I think they are official) all bunged away at Mums place. Should pull them out and scan them.

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  # 197533 23-Feb-2009 19:20
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Ive still got most of my uniform with No1 Club badge Tongue out
Someone was interested in buying it from me.... didnt want to think what kinky things were going through their mind Wink




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  # 197567 23-Feb-2009 20:40
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old3eyes: If you go the the shopping mall in Papatoetoe in South Auckland and look at the signs above the side road door there is still a Georgie Pie sign there.


is that on THIS door?

I still have Georgie-pie trays, menuboards (with little indians one buck, two bucks 3 bucks etc), fittings and recipes along with a couple of small "Funtastic value" signs (I think they are official) all bunged away at Mums place. Should pull them out and scan them.

Yes.  That's the door.. I think that the sign is above the canopy or to the right of it..

Edit.  Go down the road to the rite and look at the sign above the tree.  You can just see it..





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  # 197625 24-Feb-2009 01:26
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There are a few Jester's Pies stores around now in malls and shopping areas.  I used to get a pie from the one in Takapuna every now and then a few years ago when I worked on the North Shore.

http://www.jesters-pies.co.nz/

.. but yeah pies, fries and coke = death by carbohydrate, would you like some obesity and type II diabetes with that?

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  # 197678 24-Feb-2009 09:53
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Jesters has nothing on Georgie Pie.

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  # 197884 25-Feb-2009 00:26
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paradoxsm:
old3eyes: If you go the the shopping mall in Papatoetoe in South Auckland and look at the signs above the side road door there is still a Georgie Pie sign there.


is that on THIS door?


I walk through that door once a week to buy my coffee, where about is the sign exactly?  I'll take a photo of it next time I'm through there.

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  # 197887 25-Feb-2009 00:55
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Georgie Pie *did* come back, but just for a day and only in christchurch...

http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/2111562
http://www.stuff.co.nz/thepress/4710114a6530.html

"We were not 100 per cent sure whether anyone would show up but we sold out in 50 minutes. We opened at 12 noon and people were waiting outside from 1am,"




 
 
 
 


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  # 197893 25-Feb-2009 02:02
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It's a small logo on this sign. come to think of it, I remember seeing it less than 6 months ago and totally forgetting.

The plastic food items that were sitting above the actual stores in the foodcout had a pie for georgie pie, a bowl for the chinese, a fish for LJS etc for many years afterwards. I had a few pictures of them until last week when NTFS and the demon that is the IE based "explorer.exe" failed me and killed my entire photo archive while backing up :-( They were among the first 20 images taken with my then cutting edge 4MP camera

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  # 197915 25-Feb-2009 08:39
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nate:
paradoxsm:
old3eyes: If you go the the shopping mall in Papatoetoe in South Auckland and look at the signs above the side road door there is still a Georgie Pie sign there.


is that on THIS door?


I walk through that door once a week to buy my coffee, where about is the sign exactly?  I'll take a photo of it next time I'm through there.

Look to the rite and you will see a tree about 20 meters away from the side door.. , Lookup to the sign behind the tree..

 





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Has anyone been to the GP pies store in kelston? They are supposed to be the same recipe as the original pies.  McD's ordered them to take down their signs though. I've been going for about 2 weeks now but every time I get there they have sold out of pies and closed :(

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  # 198651 1-Mar-2009 20:50
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where abouts in kelston are GP pies?any one had any pies there yet?

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  # 198652 1-Mar-2009 20:52
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Johnk: where abouts in kelston are GP pies?any one had any pies there yet?


In the same building as subway was, across the road from Kelston shopping centre.

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ooh, my ears have pricked up.. I may have to make it up to Auckland to try this one out. :-)

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  # 198693 2-Mar-2009 08:20
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Wills1: I get there they have sold out of pies  :(

Only in NZ!!!




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  # 198839 2-Mar-2009 22:33
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sbiddle: If they don't renew it then yes, you copuld register the name.

The problem is it's a flawed business model. GP went bust and primarily because of the high costs. They had large premises, large numbers of staff and in the end were selling $1 products with an average customer sale of $1 - $2 which was far too low to be making money.
surely a pie selling company in the dunkin doughnuts style of business (much smaller shops) would do awesome?




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