Reject Shop adds new dimension

ANOTHER 20 jobs have been created with the opening last week of low-cost retailer The Reject Shop to Tweed City Shopping Centre.

The shop is the first low-cost variety store for the Tweed Heads South Centre and is the 168th store nationwide store, manager Joseph Putna said.

“We are really excited to be open for business in Tweed Heads, and proud that the store is creating jobs for around 20 local people,” Mr Putna said.

“We have an extensive range of low-price everyday needs and bargains on discount variety items which we are confident our customers will benefit from.

“To celebrate we are offering some wonderful bargains, with more than 5000 products to choose from.”

Mr Putna said shoppers can rest assured that the way the company purchases its stock, taking advantage of bulk and opportunity buys from suppliers, it translates into savings for customers on everyday items.

“As well as having a large range to choose from, our national pricing policy means that customers at The Reject Shop Tweed Heads will receive exactly the same price on goods as all of our customers around Australia do,” Mr Putna said.

The 600-square-metre shop is one of the final stores to be fitted out as part of a multi-million-dollar rede- velopment of Tweed City.

“Tweed City is delighted to welcome The Reject Shop,” said centre manager Kathryn Mills.

“Offering a wide range of discount variety, The Reject Shop will further enhance the shopping experience for Tweed City customers.

“Located next to Glamaco on the external of the centre, The Reject Shop is one of the final stores opening as part of Tweed City's $70 million development.

“As Tweed City's development draws to a close, a number of exciting specialty stores will join the centre over the coming months.

“New stores will be announced soon; however we are pleased to confirm Pet Paradise will relocate into a bigger store on the corner of the Kmart entry.

“Muffin Break is also currently undergoing a complete refurbishment, with its brand new store expected to be unveiled in the coming weeks.”



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