NIGHTOWL FLIES INTO THE FUTURE WITH STORE UPGRADE

Written on the 16 April 2015

NIGHTOWL FLIES INTO THE FUTURE WITH STORE UPGRADE

CONVENIENCE retail chain NightOwl has continued its rollout of "futuristic" store upgrades, after unveiling the new layout at the Cannon Hill store.

The Brisbane-based company's 'Store of the Future' campaign will be implemented in stores across Australia to boost market share.

The store located at Urban Village features enhanced technology, improved store design and an expanded range of products.

NightOwl Cannon Hill franchisee Roy Meng (pictured) says the team was excited to offer the area something modern.

"Cannon Hill has waited a long time for a store like this and it's finally arrived," Meng says.

"Locals told us the area really needed a modern and fresh convenience store with a broad range of well-known products, easy parking and better trading hours.

"We are going to bring a standard of convenience shopping to Cannon Hill which has never experienced before."

An on-the-go food service has been introduced to provide healthy meal options, while digital displays will promote special offers.

Meng says the advancements will capitalise on the store's key demographic of local shoppers and centre employees.

"This will be a bonus for hungry on-the-go customers, especially for those working in the town centre, needing a quick and healthy meal that's tasty too," he says.

NightOwl Cannon Hill is open from 6am until midnight every day.


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