Butler’s Salvos Store opens at bigger premises on Butler Blvd


Salvos staff Jeaniene Tonkin, Cheryl McDonnell, Rachel Kent-Petero and Nikola Baric. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477445
Salvos staff Jeaniene Tonkin, Cheryl McDonnell, Rachel Kent-Petero and Nikola Baric. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477445

BUTLER’S Salvos Store has relocated further north to a site four times bigger on Butler Boulevard.

The store that used to be on the corner of Kingsbridge Boulevard and Marmion Avenue shifted to the 1000sq m site in early December.

Salvos Stores chief executive Matt Davis said the bigger store would give customers “the kind of shopping experience they have been asking for” with a large, bright store stocked with second-hand items.

“Increasing our store size will increase our impact amongst communities all over Australia, with 100 per cent of the profits from goods sold in a Salvos Stores helping those in need,” he said.

Store manager Rachel Kent Pefero said the team loved being part of the community for the past seven years and could not wait to show customers the new space.

“We are just so grateful for the support of everyone who has shopped, volunteered and supported our store,” she said.

The store opened on December 8 at 8 Butler Boulevard. To volunteer, visit the store.

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