The Border Watch : May 23rd 2014
12 NEWS VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au LONG TERM SUCCESS: Dale Cleves Music Mount Gambier business manager Andy Allison is proud of how far the business has come since he started managing the store over eight years ago. He has now seen the business reach 50 years this year and he hopes the business will continue to be an industry leader in the future. Music store in tune with customers Mount Gambier business delivers 50 years of sound advice to musicians From front page “We have also either helped out at or sponsored a number of music events, including Generations in Jazz, the Frances Folk Gathering, Showcase, the music eisteddfods, the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra, open mic night at the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival, the Break The Silence, Be The Change Festival and the South East Country Music Festival to name a few,” he said. Mr Allison said there were smaller businesses offering similar products and tuition services, creating some competition throughout the region. “We encourage our tutors to go out and spread their wings, offering their services to people as far away as Kingston,” he said. “People would find it harder in these areas to receive tuition if it wasn’t for these dedicated teachers and we highly regard them for their time and commitment to teach people daily.” Mr Allison said some of the challenges for the business included the limited market and increasing international pressure from the internet. “I am always aware of what the biggest stores in Australia are doing and because we are a retail chain we can compete with our pricing on a national level,” he said. Friday 23rd may - wednesday 28th may 2014 GOdZiLLa (M) 2hrs 25mins Xmen: days OF FUtUre Past (M) 2hrs 20mins Fri, Sat & Tues: 3.45 & 8.55pm Sun & Mon: 4.15pm Wed: 4.10pm Xmen: days OF FUtUre Past (M) 2hrs 20mins Fri, Sat & Tues: 10.50am, 1.30 & 6.50pm Sun & Mon: 11.10am, 1.50 & 7.10pm Wed: 11.10am & 1.50pm NO FREE LIST Fri & Tues: 9.05pm Sat: 1.10 & 6.20pm Sun: 6.55pm Wed: 1.25pm NO FREE LIST GOdZiLLa (M) 2hrs 25mins Fri & Tues: 1.10, 4.10 & 6.20pm Sat: 4.10 & 9.05pm Sun: 1.40 & 4.30pm Mon: 1.40, 4.30 & 6.50pm Wed: 4.30 & 7.05pm CheF (M) 2hrs 10mins Fri & Tues: 10.45am Mon: 11.15am Wed: 10.55am the amaZinG sPiderman 2 (M) 2hrs 35mins Sat: 10.25am Sun: 10.50am mr PeaBOdy & sherman (PG) 1hr 45mins Sat: 10.40am Sun: 11.00am TICKETS! $5 12 - The Border Watch, Friday, May 23, 2014 TICKETS! $5 PERCY STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER PHONE (08) 8724 9150 www.oatmill.com.au Bad neiGhBOUrs (MA15+) 1hr 50mins NO ENTRY NO ID Fri: 10.35am, 2.40, 7.00 & 9.25pm Sat: 2.55, 7.00 & 9.25pm Sun: 3.20 & 7.30pm Mon: 10.55am, 3.05 & 7.30pm Tues: 10.35am, 2.55, 7.00 & 9.25pm Wed: 10.20am & 4.35pm the Grand BUdaPest hOteL (M) 1hr 50mins Fri: 12.40pm Sat & Tues: 5.00pm Sun: 5.25pm Mon: 1.00pm Wed: 2.35pm the Other wOman (M) 2hrs 5mins FINAL WEEK He said the business had grown to another level after reaching a record year more than two years ago, which was a huge achievement for the Cleves family and Mr Allison. “We achieved our record year during some tough economical circumstances and I am proud of Jason Bannister and the young team for their commitment to make that happen,” he said. “We had to take a step back and look at what we were up against and work harder and smarter to get where we are today.” Mr Allison said Dale Cleves himself had excellent foresight when he chose the location of the business due to the Commercial Street frontage and large loading zone behind the store. “It’s wonderful for our customers who can park out the front and if things are busy they can access the store from the rear entrance,” he said. Electrical store break-in Coming soon to Oatmill: EDGE OF TOMORROW GRACE OF MONACO ThE FAuLT IN OuR STARS bLENDED 22 juMP STREET hOW TO TRAIN YOuR DRAGON 2 FINAL WEEK Fri: 4.45pm Sat & Tues: 12.40pm Sun: 1.00pm Mon: 5.10pm Wed: 12.20pm ThE TWO FACES OF jANuARY 640090 POLICE are investigating a break-in at Radio Rentals in Mount Gambier on Tuesday morning. At about 6.30am, the front window of the store was smashed with a paver and a number of storage hard drives were stolen. Anyone who saw any suspicious activity or who has any information that may assist the investigation is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Stolen property seized A MOUNT Gambier woman, aged 21, will appear in court after allegedly trying to sell stolen property to a second hand dealer. The woman was charged on Thursday with theft and stating false details to a second hand dealer. She was granted bail and will appear in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court at a later date.
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