MAKES SENSE: Pool and Spa Care Karalee manager Shaun Baker and service technician Jesse Melvin.
MAKES SENSE: Pool and Spa Care Karalee manager Shaun Baker and service technician Jesse Melvin. Rob Williams

Busy shopping hub welcomes another new retailer

THE $80 million redevelopment of Karalee Shopping Village has attracted another business to its growing list of retailers, with Karalee Pool and Spa Care opening.

This is the third store for the company, which operates businesses in Yamanto and Brookwater, hiring a total of eight employees.

Karalee Pool and Spa Care manager Shaun Baker said the area's booming retail and housing opportunities was what prompted the store to open.

"Karalee is a fast-growing area and we have a number of regular customers who live here, so it made sense to have a presence in the Karalee Shopping Village," Mr Baker said.

For more information on this new business, log onto www.qt.com.au.


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