Meeting needs of a growing area

HOT on the heels of driving with Steven Johnson in Bathurst and coming 24th across the chequered line, James Courtney heads to Hervey Bay for the official opening of Stegbar's new showroom.

Manufacturing company Stegbar has already been servicing clients in Hervey Bay and the surrounding districts for the past 16 years, not from a store but remotely.

General manager Wayne Austin says the company decided to put a showroom in the Bay because its growth rate.

Whether you are building a new home, renovating or adding an extension Stegbar is now here to help.

Its extensive range of shower screens, wardrobe doors and internals, mirrors, splashbacks for kitchens and bathrooms and windows and doors are quality guaranteed.

Mr Austin said the business had now employed two staff and was looking to engage additional local sub-contractor installers.

“We felt that the area is growing and it was the best way to service the area,” he said.

“On Friday afternoon we will have a golf day for local builders and then the big day is on Saturday.”

James Courtney will be signing autographs throughout the morning on Saturday at the showroom on the corner of Main Street and Old Maryborough Road.



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