Fast food facelift
A fast food outlet unveils its $725,000 facelift. This and much more in this week's Business Time.
*KFC in Feilding will unveil its renovated store on Thursday. Five new jobs have been created at the store, with the refit costing $725,000. Official opening celebrations will take place on Saturday.
* Monzas Cafe and Ice Cream Parlour in the Levin Shopping Mall is for sale. The owners, who have been in charge since 2009, are selling as they move into semi-retirement. It is listed for $100,000.
*Darragh's Mitre 10 in Feilding has had a facelift, with the shop colours going from the traditional blue to orange. The business has been part of Mitre 10 since 1974.
*The Night 'n Day convenience store at the Gull service station on Tremaine Ave, Palmerston North is for sale. The store, one of more than 50 across the country, is listed for $300,000.
*Manawatu hairdressers scooped up the bronze medals at the New Zealand Association of Registered Hairdressers awards recently. Alexis Henry (Hamish's on Broadway Hairdressing) and Hannah Bond (Phixx) both took a third each, while Karina Gollings (The Cutting Edge) went away with two.
*The St John offices building on 312-320 Church St, Palmerston North, is for sale. The fully leased building with current net rental of $242,187 is for sale by private treaty, with a deadline of October 28. The property has a capital value of $2.4 million.
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- Manawatu Standard
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