A local supermarket is offering a big discount to locals in a bid to attract shoppers to the area.
The Times newspaper reported that the Paddy Power store at the corner of St John Street and New South Wales Highway 8 is offering the discounted rate of $10 per day for residents of the area who shop in the supermarket.
The supermarket is hoping to increase sales and salespeople have been working hard to get people to use the discount.
“We have a really good relationship with our customers, we’ve done a lot of things to make sure that we get their attention,” Paddy power managing director Paul McEvoy told the newspaper.
The company said the discounts will be available at the Paddys closest competitor.
“They are a family run business, and they have been doing very well,” Mr McEvox said.
Mr McEvoards family business has been running for more than 40 years, operating out of the former Paddy’s supermarket in the community.
Its members are also well known for the high quality of their products, which include bread, pies, cakes, and a range of meat products.
The local community will be able to get a discount of up to 30 per cent on the first three months of the year.