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More shops for new Marketplace

Central Highlands Marketplace now open.
Central Highlands Marketplace now open.

THREE exciting new retailers will open their doors on Thursday, May 31 at the Central Highlands Marketplace in Emerald.

Best & Less, The Reject Shop and Stewarts will offer shoppers a wider choice of retail experience at the $60million marketplace, which officially opened on March 15.

"We are so excited to add these three great new stores to the retail mix at the Central Highlands Marketplace", centre manager Mark Wilcock said.

"This creates more variety and choice for shoppers."

Mr Wilcock said Best & Less was committed to making life better for all Australians, with better value, better quality, better prices, better range and an overall better shopping experience.

The new Emerald store will be located off the carpark and boast a huge range of fashion and footwear for the whole family, as well as home manchester.

Next door will be The Reject Shop, which will offer a wide variety of general merchandise, with particular focus on everyday needs, with low prices and lots of bargains, Mr Wilcock said.

Products will include toiletries, cosmetics, homewares, personal care products, hardware, basic furniture, household cleaning products, kitchenware, confectionery and snack food.

There will also be lifestyle and seasonal merchandise.

These will include seasonal gifts, cards and wrapping, toys, leisure items and home decorations.

Opening on May 31 inside the Central Highlands Marketplace is Stewarts.

It will be located next to Big W.

Bras N Things recently opened an Emerald outlet at the centre.

More stores are set to open at the Central Highlands Marketplace in coming months.


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