Forbes officially has a KHub after the retail giant Kmart opened earlier this month in the old Target Country store in Rankin Street.
Retail Director Kmart Australia & New Zealand, John Gualtieri was excited about the new opening in Forbes.
“At Kmart, we’re on a mission to make everyday living brighter for Australian families. Giving them easy access to the everyday items they need, at the lowest possible price,” he said.
“It’s how we make shopping more accessible for more people and that’s at the heart of everything we do,” Mr Gualtieri said.
“As a business, we’re committed to opening stores in new communities, and we are thrilled to officially welcome Forbes into the family.”
With 12 existing Target team members and 20 brand new recruits, the whole team have been working tirelessly to bring this colourful new store to life for the local community.
KHub is stocked full of great value, on-trend products that customers are going to absolutely love. The store will have the 200 most popular Kmart products across kids, home and clothing.
“KHub customers will be able to pop in and visit the team instore, or shop Kmart’s entire product range online using home delivery services,” said Mr Gualtieri.
“We’ll be using the store as a collection point for online Target and Catch orders too, giving customers easy access to all three of our Kmart Group brands.”