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

Better goods and services for customers

BETTA Home Living will have its grand re-opening on December 8 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.


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