Warehouse Deniliquin, which has been closed for refurbishment since June 17, will reopen tomorrow morning under new ownership.TYLA HARRINGTON August 1, 2014 3:30am
Warehouse Deniliquin will reopen tomorrow morning under new ownership.
The Cressy St store has been closed for refurbishment since Jan and Dick Arnold purchased the long-running business on June 17.
Mrs Arnold said she was looking forward to the doors being opened.
She said Warehouse would continue to offer its usual range, as well as a few new items.
‘‘We’re continuing to offer many of the items the Warehouse was known for, like workwear, ladies’ wear and men’s wear,’’ Mrs Arnold said.
‘‘We will also continue to stock school uniforms for most schools.
‘‘New to the Warehouse will be a range of lingerie, and I’m open to suggestions if people are looking for something different.
‘‘People can call in and see me and I’ll try and help them as much as I can.
‘‘We don’t want people going out of town if we can help it.’’
Mrs Arnold has many years in the fashion and retail industry, during which time she has developed an extensive business background.
She owned My Shop for eight years before Denise Phillips bought the business in 1992.
Mrs Arnold also worked at St George Bank for eight years.
Warehouse Deniliquin will be open from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays.
For more information drop into the store at 364 Cressy St or phone 5881
~ Tyla Harrington
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