Wednesday, June 1, 2016
ED---Renew-Update

An emporium of goods joins Renew Shepparton

David Lee February 25, 2016
NOW OPEN… KE Emporium owner, Kitty Rees, who just opened her new store in the Harris Scarfe plaza and is the newest addition to businesses who have joined the Renew Shepparton program. Photo: Emma Hillier.

NOW OPEN… KE Emporium owner, Kitty Rees, who just opened her new store in the Harris Scarfe plaza and is the newest addition to businesses who have joined the Renew Shepparton program. Photo: Emma Hillier.

RENEW Shepparton program has just seen its newest addition to the program, with KE Emporium opening its doors on Monday.
Following the successful continuance of stores including Vintage Chics, Lost Shepparton and DOTZ Educational Aids Products, KE Emporium, located in the Harris Scarfe plaza beside DOTZ Education Aids Products, will offer something unique to the local community, stocking organically grown teas, bath salts made in Daylesford, vintage giftware, esoteric style books and candles.
Owner, Kitty Rees said, “I am driven to support small businesses. I want to make sure that anything grown and made locally are put into the spotlight and make sure people are aware to the fantastic products created locally.”
Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry executive officer, Lucy Cerrone said, “It’s great to see that the program is gaining momentum. We are also currently working on a fifth store to open, which is very exciting.
“We have also now secured new spaces in Wyndham Walk, Wyndham Street, Tirana City Walk which are all very central and we need involvement of new enterprises which are not conflicting with existing businesses.
“The success of the Renew Shepparton program hinges on landlords getting involved and we are still looking for more to come on board.”
To register your interest as a new business or to lease your business premises as part of the project, contact Lucy Cerrone on 0407 503 886.