Bet­ter goods and ser­vices for cus­tomers

Central Telegraph - - NEWS -

BETTA Home Liv­ing will have its grand re-open­ing to­mor­row with plenty of at­trac­tions for ev­ery­one of all ages.

Store owner Tom Kirch­ner said the day would be good one for cus­tomers but also for the chil­dren who come with their par­ents.

“There will be spe­cials for in­ter­ested cus­tomers and a sausage siz­zle and a jump­ing cas­tle.”

Mr Kirch­ner has a good his­tory with Betta be­ing a store man­ager in Glad­stone for five years.

He saw an op­por­tu­nity to buy Biloela’s Betta store and started on Novem­ber 1.

“The com­mu­nity has been great and wel­com­ing to a bit of change with a big­ger prod­uct range,” Mr Kirch­ner said.

There is a daily de­liv­ery ser­vice, in­stal­la­tion, dis­posal of the rub­bish and they will go any­where to sup­port the cus­tomers’ re­quire­ments.

There will be a greater range of goods that would nor­mally be ex­pected in a big­ger city but will have com­pet­i­tive prices.

“There will a great va­ri­ety of brands,” he said.

There is also the Biloela Betta’s Christ­mas Give­away com­peti­ton where any cus­tomer who spends more than $100 in store can en­ter the draw for a chance to win a va­ri­ety of prizes.

PHOTO: GLEN POR­TE­OUS

BET­TER BUSI­NESS: New owner of Betta Home Liv­ing Tom Kirch­ner is look­ing for­ward to the store's grand re-open­ing.

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