AFFORDABLE fashion, work gear, fabrics plus a local embroidery and an alteration service are available from family-owned business Maynards Store.
People can peruse items such as Akubra and statesmen hats and find them on display in the shop which boasts old world charm and country chic.
Other items include men and ladies clothing, work boots, shoes catering for all the family, manchester, haberdashery and patchwork fabric.
Maynards Store owner Greg Maynard said the store was founded by his grandfather 74 years ago and has retained its unique characteristics.
“We pride ourselves in being an old-fashioned style of store, with traditional country charm and customer service,” he said.
“People can purchase high quality goods, keep business local and small towns viable when they shop with us.
“We stock hard to find items which are no longer available in the city.
“We have three levels of stock, where it is accessible for the off season purchases.”
Mr Maynard said they pride themselves on delivering a top notch customer-service.
“It is rewarding to see customers pleased with their purchase,” he said.
“What you put in is what you receive, especially with having a friendly and caring attitude.”
Mr Maynard loves running the store and meeting lots of people from all walks of life.
“I love making lifelong friends and being involved in each generations’ life,” he said.
“Also, being an active member of the Boonah and District Chamber of Commerce.”
Maynards sponsors many local community events such as the Boonah Show.
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This year’s Boonah Show event will feature Maynards as a sponsor in the beef section, textiles, as well as the Battered Hat Competition where they write a story and the winner receives an Akubra Hat kindly donated from Akubra.
“The prime beef cattle section on the Friday afternoon will be good where we sponsor the first, second and third place winners in the Vealer Pen Of Three competition via vouchers and hand them out at the Cattlemen’s Dinner that evening,” Mr Maynard said.
“We also sponsor vouchers in the craft section where they make quilts and in the textiles which features fabrics.
“It’s a nice little local show and it’s all run by volunteers and it’s a well run event.
“The Friday night show has races too which will be super and feaures a fireworks display and Saturday is the main night.”
For more information visit 48 High Street, Boonah or telephone (07) 5463 1526. Shop today for retail therapy.