There's some new faces at Tatura Family Butchers after the business changed hands on Monday.November 8, 2012 10:36am
Tatura Family Butchers has a new owner.
Brady Bourke took over as of last Monday.
Previously owned by Joel and Julie Fitzgerald, Mr Bourke said he was looking to continue the Fitzgerald’s good name in the town.
‘‘I am really looking forward to the challenge ahead,’’ he said.
Having worked at a butcher’s shop in Echuca prior to taking on the Tatura business, Mr Bourke said little would change in the immediate future.
‘‘I may look at changing a few things down the track, but for the moment, it will be business as usual with the same quality meat and smallgoods available at competitive prices,’’ he said.
‘‘I am looking forward to meeting old and new customers and being part of the Tatura business community.’’
Mr Fitzgerald said the couple had no immediate plans for the future.
‘‘We will take it easy on the farm for a while and just see what happens,’’ he added.
Mr Fitzgerald wished Mr Bourke all the best in the future and said he would like to thank all his valued customers for their support over the past five and a half years.
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