Top award for Capeview

Winners: Tony Cruickshank, general manager - hardware Capeview Group and Keith Donohue, group owner are congratulated by Ken Smith MLA for Bass.

WONTHAGGI’S Capeview Mitre 10 has won the 2010 Hardware Association of Victoria and Tasmania (HAVT) Trade Store of the Year Award.

Bass MLA Ken Smith congratulated business owners the Donohue family.

He said the presentation, organisation and convenience for customers has contributed to Capeview’s success, which he described as “outstanding”.

“Tradesmen can drive into the yard and through the timber store, order and pick-up their supplies and not get wet. They can see exactly what they are looking for on the racks before loading it on their vehicles and they can conveniently move on to the cashier.

“Their needs can be met in the store as they wander down the aisles of carefully displayed items, comparing well-known brands and viewing newly released products in the market place.”

Mr Smith said the set up is streamlined, convenient and time saving.

“The range of stock being held is amazing and ensures the staff can meet the needs of the customers in a timely manner. All this was an integral component of the award process.

“Congratulations to Henry and Keith Donohue for the excellent result they achieved at the 2012 HAVT annual award ceremony recently.”

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