A new Mitre 10 Mega store was recently opened in Wanaka, New Zealand, replacing an older outlet.
Boasting over 4 870 square metres of retail area and a 3 900 square metres of garden centre area, the adjacent trade and timber yard also add an additional 10 000 metres square, according to a recent DIYinternational.com report.
Co-owner Martin Dippie is the chairman of the Mitre 10 co-operative. He and his brother Allan Dippie built the new store and have owned the local Mitre 10 since 2000. Martin and his wife Frances also own Mitre 10 Mega Dunedin and Mitre 10 Mosgiel, according to the DIY international report.
The Mitre 10 New Zealand co-operative now comprises of 84 locally owned stores.