Totally Workwear is adding to its foot print in South East Queensland expanding to include a new store in Hemmant.
The business has taken ownership of Sherlock Safety and Workwear, which has been serving the area of Hemmant, Wynnum and Manly for 16 years.
While the store is set to be rebranded this month, Totally Workwear general manager Josh Mitchell said regular customers of Sherlock’s are rest assured the store will still have the same feel and product range.
“The store will be revamped to include a wider range of products which haven’t been offered there before,” he said.
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“But we won’t be taking away anything that is currently offered; the safety items will still be available and all existing staff members are staying on board, so it will retain a familiarity for loyal customers.”
The Hemmant store joins as Totally Workwear’s third store in the region alongside Capalaba and Victoria Point.
To meet customer demands the store will begin operating six days a week with the store to open on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm.
If you haven’t yet discovered Totally Workwear now is a great time to check out the range.
Locally owned, Totally Workwear stocks all the big brands including Oliver, Steel Blue, Blundstone, Hard Yakka, KingGee and Redback, with everything from hi-vis shirts to the toughest of work boots.
The staff are up-to-date and trained in all the latest regulations and requirements with safety items to ensure you find exactly what you need.
The store will be revamped to include a wider range of products which haven’t been offered there before."Josh Mitchell, Totally Workwear general manager
Find the Capalaba store at 100 Redland Bay Road, the Victoria Point store on Colburn Avenue and the new store at 1/1356 Lytton Road.
Back to Work ‘BTW’ sale
Get ready for the ‘BTW’ sale which kicks on in January, just in time for heading back to work.
Totally Workwear will be offering a huge range of savings across its stores, which could potentially save you up to 50 per cent of some items.
All the big brands are included across footwear, clothing and its safety product range.