Paul Viera, owner of Marlin Marine and Tackle has been leasing premises in Tea Gardens but when the hardware store building became available, Paul decided to take his business venture to a higher level.
The new venue at 201 Myall Street, Tea Gardens, offers more space allowing additional stock to be displayed to suit the local market thus attracting locals to shop locally and keep the money flowing throughout our communities.
Myall Coast News spoke with Paul who said, “This is an opportunity to take my business to the next level of growth and I believe that I will have the support from the locals.”
Some of the many products available for sale at the new store include fishing tackle, bait, sporting equipment, wet weather gear, a brand new supplier for trailer parts and accessories, marine chandlery as well as automotive equipment, camping gear and life jackets.
Michelle Carter who works at Marlin Marine and Tackle told Myall Coast News, “This is an exciting time for us as we are now in a great location with a view of the Myall River from our front door and now the visitors to our area from the ferry will be able to see us and call in to see our new store.”
Whilst the store has been open for trading all this week, the Grand Opening will be held on Saturday, 20 December 2014.
Myall Coast News encourages locals to call in to say hello and to support another local business in our community.
Picture: Paul Viera and Michelle Carter inside the new Marine and Tackle store.