‘A lot of vacant land has been filled and it feels like we are on the verge of a population boom ” particularly with high density living,’ he said.
There used to be plenty of available parking space.
‘Now the car park is constantly full around our side,’ he said.
Mr McCreanor employs four local staff who are gearing up for the Christmas holiday season.
‘It always picks up from the football finals and with the warmer weather,’ he said.
The point of difference with his business was that Cellarbrations was independently owned.
‘We are not owned by Coles or Woolworths,’ he said. ‘This allows us to provide a greater level of service and we can cater for the local community.’
Mr McCreanor is a sponsor in the Mandurah Coastal Times Community Christmas charity campaign.
The Times wants the business community to get behind the campaign in which part proceeds go to Mandurah Soup Kitchen which is desperately in need of funding towards its operating costs.
The soup kitchen provides hot meals five days a week to about 80 people a day. For more information or to get involved, call Mandurah Coastal Times sales manager Cindy Watts on 9583 1041 or 0413 444 017.