New main street to be good for busi­ness


EX­CITE­MENT is brew­ing as the trans­for­ma­tion of the main street in Air­lie Beach nears com­ple­tion and lo­cal busi­nesses are start­ing to feel the buzz.

Owner of Black­bird Bou­tique in Proser­pine Brid­gette Mid­dle­ton said she was blown away by how much main street had evolved al­ready and that she was ex­cited to launch her new store in July.

“Look­ing with the per­spec­tive of some­one who doesn’t visit the main street of­ten, I re­mem­ber think­ing, ‘wow this place is go­ing to look amaz­ing’,” she said.

“The main street will be­come a des­ti­na­tion which means there will be a great in­flux of peo­ple that will love go­ing there, es­pe­cially if it’s easy to get around.”

Store man­ager of Black­bird Bou­tique Air­lie Beach Se­lena Cleaver said she be­lieves Black- bird Bou­tique is a unique store that will fit into the new streetscape of Air­lie per­fectly.

“We style women in qual­ity Aus­tralian cloth­ing that fits well, is ver­sa­tile and looks ef­fort­less,” she said.

“We aim to pro­vide ex­cep­tional ser­vice to help women feel more con­fi­dent and happy within them­selves and we hope this en­cour­ages them to shop lo­cally.”

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