Dymocks opens 17th Victorian store
As per customer demand, 15 per cent of floor space is dedicated to non-book products, with a strong emphasis on gifts, cards and stationary.
“The store looks fantastic and will become a destination zone for Highpoint book-lovers,” franchise owner Michelle Lee said.
“It’s designed as a vibrant, welcoming space for customers to mingle and browse the shelves. Dymocks is constantly evolving its store design to keep pace with today’s customer.”
The location features a more modern, open interior, and includes digital display screens and signage in order to ensure customers are kept up-to-date on any changes made in the store.
Lee said the book retailer has a significant customer base in the Melbourne metro area.
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