DROP IN: Costco Ipswich Warehouse Manager, Nick Weller said the store was still popular with shoppers.
DROP IN: Costco Ipswich Warehouse Manager, Nick Weller said the store was still popular with shoppers. Cordell Richardson

Costco craze continues as more members sign up

IT'S been six months since Costco was inundated with keen members-to-be when people descending on the store brought surrounding traffic to a standstill on its grand opening day.

Ipswich warehouse manager Nick Weller said things had finally started to settle from the initial opening.

"When we first opened there was a lot of excitement. The building was very, very busy. Everyone wanted to come have a look," he said.

"Those first couple of months every day was absolutely crazy. There were people everywhere. Now it seems to have settled in to a normal routine."

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