Victor Harbor's family owned and operated Coastal Habitat Furniture store is encouraging all Fleurieu Peninsula residents to shop locally, not only this week but in the months and years to follow.
The team believes it is vital to inject funds into the many small businesses peppered along the South Coast to encourage the health and sustainability of the local community.
And what better place to browse than the Coastal Habitat Furniture store.
The staff - including Jess Lintern, Abe Nieuvenhuis, Janette Hewitt, Mick Leckey, and Henry and Diedrie Nieuvenhuis - go above and beyond to offer great products at reasonable prices, and all with a convenient delivery service.
The store not only specialises in furniture, but also offers mattresses, home decor and soft furnishings.
When visiting Coastal Habitat, customers can take the time to try out the comfortable lounges and bedding on offer, in addition to browsing the extensive range of furniture and view alternative models, sizes, fabrics and leathers.
The Nieuvenhuis family prides itself on providing the best comfort, style and service to all of its customers
The store's owners say their key to successful trading in Victor Harbor and beyond has been providing a wide and inspiring range of furniture and homewares; enthusiastic service from the whole team, including delivery; and offering good quality products at fair prices.
Their point of difference is building customer relationships and going the extra mile.
The Nieuvenhuis family prides itself on providing the best comfort, style and service to all of its customers.
When you support locally-owned businesses, you are not only supporting the local economy and the local employment of people but also directly supporting local sporting groups and clubs and the community in general.
The team at the Coastal Habitat Furniture store knows this too well.
Each year they provide funds through sponsorship to a range of organisations, clubs and fundraisers - a task they couldn't achieve if the community didn't shop locally.
- Shop 1, 66 Victoria Street, Victor Harbor