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BUN­NINGS War­wick is wel­com­ing 32 re­cruits as the team pre­pares to en­ter the new site in Novem­ber.

More than 85 res­i­dents will work at the new $20 mil­lion precinct at the cor­ner of Can­ning and Con­damine Sts, which is dou­ble the size of the cur­rent store.

Keen to han­dle all DIY project ques­tions, sev­eral of the new staff mem­bers are also qual­i­fied trades­peo­ple with skills in hor­ti­cul­ture and land­scap­ing.

Bun­nings Ware­house War­wick com­plex man­ager Dan Pf­in­gst said the store pro­vided a wide range of ca­reer de­vel­op­ment op­tions for all team mem­bers.

“I am con­fi­dent our new re­cruits will rel­ish the op­por­tu­nity to learn and grow with us in this big­ger and bet­ter ware­house store,” he said.

Mr Pf­in­gst has been a part of the Bun­nings team for 10 years and said he was look­ing for­ward to con­tin­u­ing to lend a help­ing hand in the com­mu­nity from the new site.

“Bun­nings is al­ways look­ing for op­por­tu­ni­ties to con­trib­ute to lo­cal causes and we look for­ward to con­tin­u­ing the sup­port of the com­mu­nity groups in War­wick and the lo­cal area with hands-on projects in the fu­ture,” he said.

Team mem­bers have al­about ready sup­ported com­mu­nity groups such as the War­wick Net­ball Club to help re­fresh the club’s kitchen area with a new coat of paint and they are to help War­wick East State School in mak­ing over its gar­den re­treat area with new soil and plants.

The fa­mous Bun­nings sausage siz­zles will still be an in­te­gral part of the com­mu­nity too, with Mr Pf­in­gst ex­cited to fire up the bar­be­cue at the new store.

Photo: Nicole Zurcas

READY: Staff mem­bers Danni McLain, Re­becca Hing, Daryl Wil­son, Mal­colm Vi­vian, Cath Travers and Candyce Nield.

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