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Empty shop at Stockland perfect for food franchisee

HAVE you ever complained about the Fraser Coast not having a particular takeaway shop that you like?

Well, why not become a franchisee and open one up yourself?

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An empty shop in Stockland Shopping Centre Hervey Bay is up for grabs and would be perfect for exactly that.

Situated between Pizza Capers and Burger Urge, this shop has been on the market for more than two years.

It has been empty since development at Stockland Hervey Bay Shopping Centre happened in 2014.

That's well before the current Fraser Coast Regional Council was elected.

Businesses interested in having a store in that location have made a call-out for franchisees.

The stores that have put an open advertisement out for a franchisee are:

 

  • Healthy Habits

 

 

  • Michel's Patisserie

 

Sarah Harvey

 

  • Sumo Salad

 

Lee Constable

 

  • Bucking Bull

 

Claudia Baxter

 

  • Primal Pantry

 

Kevin Farmer

 

Which of these takeaway shops would you like to see at Stockland Hervey Bay?

This poll ended on 18 February 2017.

Current Results

Healthy Habits

8%

Michel's Patisserie

13%

Sumo Salad

33%

Bucking Bull

29%

Primal Pantry

4%

Something else instead

10%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

 

HAVE YOUR SAY: Which of those shops would you like to see in the Stockland Hervey Bay Shopping Centre food court? Or is there another one that you would like to see there?

Topics:  fcbusiness fraser coast stockland shopping centre



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