MENACE Toys has been able to reopen its shop front in Scott Street, Warracknabeal thanks to the continued support from their customers.
The store will be opening from 9am until 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
They also operate a popular online store for their women’s wear and their hand made jewellery sold under the business name Pink Nade.
Since opening the store, three years ago, Johanna Clark with the support of her husband Joel have welcomed Brittnee Bish and Deanne Jonasson to the team.
Mrs Clark said she wanted to thank everyone for their support after closing their shop front at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I want to thank the community for their continued support. We had lots of orders over the time we were closed which enabled us to reopen the doors again,” she said.
“I also want to thank everyone for their patience. We have been home schooling five children and trying to run our businesses which isn’t an easy task.”
Mrs Clark said she is currently offering 50 percent off their range of men’s and children’s wear in preparation to take her business in a different direction.
“We are heading more into women’s wear, so we will be re-branding the business soon,” she said.
Enjoying the creative process Mrs Clark first started designing her own children’s wear and then evolved into earrings which she and her team design, and hand make themselves.
She said the coronavirus restrictions have not affected their online sales.
“Everyone has been doing a lot of online shopping which has been good for us.
“We now have over 100 stockists around Australia. Many of them have been closed but they are starting to reopen so our retail sales have picked back up,” she said.
The team at Menace Toys offer free delivery around Warracknabeal and customers are also welcome to contact them for any pick up or delivery orders.
“I do deliveries around town every day. Customers can send us a message to organise pick up or delivery,” she said.
Mrs Clark said they will be ensuring customer’s safety by sanitising between customers and providing hand sanitiser for their to use.
Stop by the Menace Toys store and check out their range.