By Aimee Chanthadavong

Howards Storage World is one of a number of retailers that will be opening their doors as part of the Evocity campaign.

An Evocity campaign is where seven of NSW’s regional cities, including Albury, Orange and Dubbo, will be uniting to encourage people to live, work and invest in a ‘treechange’.

As part of this campaign, Howard Storage World will open its 68th store in Bathurst to provide homeware and storage solution to the ‘treechangers’ relocating to the town and its surrounds.

Chad Braithwaite, Howard Storage World retail sales manager, told Retailbiz that the company is pleased to support sustainable programs such as Evocity.

“Bathurst is already a strong regional centre; however the Evocity campaign will no doubt encourage further growth in Bathurst and other Central West cities. As a business we are pleased to be represented in a location, which we expect will grow with the support of programs such as Evocity,” he said.

“The store hasn’t been opened for treechangers alone, as Bathurst is a vibrant city with customers who will enjoy the organised home organisation and storage solutions Howards Storage World offers.

“There are however an increasing number of city dwellers looking for a change in lifestyle in locations such as Bathurst, and we look forward to catering to their needs as well.”