News

Thomo's Betta Home Living named retailer of the year

North Rockhampton Betta Home Living owners Gary and Carmel Thomasson (centre) with (from left) Betta Home Living CEO Graeme Cunningham, chairman of the board Garry Thyer and Betta's Captain of Cooking cricketer Matthew Hayden.
North Rockhampton Betta Home Living owners Gary and Carmel Thomasson (centre) with (from left) Betta Home Living CEO Graeme Cunningham, chairman of the board Garry Thyer and Betta's Captain of Cooking cricketer Matthew Hayden.

BETTA Home Living has announced Thomo's Betta North Rockhampton as its Retailer of the Year at the company's annual conference in Hong Kong.

Around 250 retailers and suppliers are attending the "That's Betta" conference which is being held at Langham Place Hotel from 22 April until 25 April.

The Rockhampton store is owned and operated by Gary and Carmel Thomasson.

The business opened in 1990 and to this day is still run by the family and managed by their son Christopher.

"Our Retailer of the Year has demonstrated sales growth year upon year and dedication to the Betta brand," BSR Group Chief Executive Officer Graeme Cunningham said.

"After 23 years of servicing the Rockhampton community with electrical appliances the family has forged a strong reputation for the service, knowledge and experience they offer for customers.

"Betta Home Living is undergoing some exciting changes and enjoying encouraging results and Thomo's Betta North Rockhampton has made a notable contribution to that success."

The North Rockhampton store offers a wide range of products including whitegoods, air-conditioners, fans, heaters, kitchen appliances, IT products, audio systems, televisions, and Hi-Fi products.

Betta's parent company, BSR Group, is in the process of rebranding its stores under the new Betta Home Living name to reflect its expansion into homewares and furniture.

The brand had previously been known as Betta Electrical.

Betta has over 200 stores nationwide and has been a part of the Australian community since 1961.
 

Topics:  business hong kong retail rockhampton


Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Heatwave fatalities? Ambos' warn of heat stress danger

As the heatwave strikes, make sure you keep cool.

PARAMEDICS fear the looming Queensland heatwave could kill

Why old Telstra customers will lose service - permanently

TELSTRA will close its old 2G network on Thursday, December 1, meaning customers will need to upgrade to a more modern 3G phone.

What you need to know before Thursday

HEATWAVE: Towns to be scorched as temps pass 40°C

SUMMER is going to arrive at full force this week,

Local Partners

Car stolen from business

Police would like to talk to them in relation to a crime in Logan.

Man builds playground entirely out of packing tape

Artist Eric Lennartson is in the process of completing his huge tape sculpture at the Ipswich Art Gallery.

VIDEO:And here's where you can play on it.

Countdown to Woodford Folk Festival begins

ECONOMIC BOON: Woodford Folk Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.  Photo Contributed

The first larger-than-life inhabitants have stepped into Woodfordia

'I need to do what I can': 65km walk for cancer patient

Karlee Robinson is walking from Caloundra to Noosa for her cousin Aaron Parker, who has terminal brain cancer.

What do you do when someone you love has terminal brain cancer?

Seacrest: Things are "going better" for Kim and Kanye

Ryan Seacrest says things are "going better now" for Kanye West

Jonah Hill involved in a car accident

Jonah Hill was involved in a car crash on Saturday

Katie Holmes' empowering directorial debut

Katie Holmes

KATIE Holmes as made her directorial debut

Jennifer Lawrence gives keys to new partner

Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence

Oscar winner settling down with new partner

Rogue One star proud to lead new Star Wars film

Felicity Jones leads the new Star Wars film

Star Wars lead proud to be in front in sci-fi

What's on the small screen this week

Ernie Dingo stars in the TV series Going Places with Ernie Dingo.

ERNIE Dingo stars in a new travel series and Seven airs the AACTAs.

Prices jump in trio of mining towns

THE boost in coal prices in the past six months has triggered a house price jump in at least three mining towns in Central Queensland.

Boost in coal prices triggers a market turnaround

INSIDE STORY: Disused pipeline stops hundreds from building

TRAIL OF TEARS: Route of the disused Santos oil pipeline which is stopping hundreds of Ipswich residents from building.

Santos responds but Tully says easements issue must be addressed

Chinese locked out of Australian property market

The rules are different if you're a foreigner

The buyer was from China - the trouble started right there

Morrison signs off on new affordable rental model

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison speaks during a press conference after a meeting of the Council of Federal Financial Relations at Parliament House in Canberra, Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.

Scott Morrison signed off on development of a new financing model

Coast high-flyer's fight back from bankruptcy, $72m debt

Scott Juniper went from millionaire developer to declaring bankruptcy in2012, now he is back on top of his game again with new developments including this one in Coolum.

'Apocalyptic lending storm' causes financial collapse.

Ready to SELL your property?

Post Your Ad Here!