Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

It's Time for Change; Rose City Businesses Boom with New Owners and New Ideas

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

It's Time for Change; Rose City Businesses Boom with New Owners and New Ideas

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Byline: ELOISE HANDLEY

WHETHER it's shaping your fur, transforming your body or saying goodbye after almost five decades, Rose City businesses are on the move.

Yesterday Graham Buchner handed over his keys to Warwick Freighters and Ag-Services, a set he's carried for more than four decades.

C[pounds sterling]I've been in business in Warwick for 46 years but we've been at McEvoy Street for almost 30,C[yen] Mr Buchner said.

C[pounds sterling]Yesterday we closed, finished trade and on Monday the business will re-open as Pursehouse Rural, which has bought the agricultural side of the business and the building.

C[pounds sterling]The sale means a new direction for me and more time for volunteering. Warwick is a great place to live.C[yen]

In town, Feelgood Fitness opened its doors a couple of weeks ago and while the Palmerin Street business front has changed to reflect the new vibrant gym, residents are feeling the results.

Under new owner Michael Jordan, $250,000 worth of new fitness equipment has been installed with a ladies-only section set to open in a matter of weeks. …

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