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ED Lifestyle store is a treasure trove
THE owner of Pour Mes Ami in Wodonga
Nadine Trist has a genuine passion for her
business and for "our own amazing retail
Ms Trist opened her unique homewares store
four years ago and says the business has gone
from strength to strength.
"Originally, the business was in an area only 90
square metres large," she recalled, "but in 12
months we had outgrown it."
Pour Mes Ami has now expanded into the empty
space next door and become twice as large.
Ms Trist says she owes the success of the
store to the amazing response she has had
from her customers and to her committed and
Pour Mes Ami is a lifestyles store, stocking
clothing, shoes, linen, jewellery, furniture,
kids clothes, mirrors, scarves, art prints and
homewares from all around the world. All
products are hand-chosen and Ms Trist travels
all over Australia and even going as far as India
to find "things that I love or I know friends
With such a huge turnover every day and daily
deliveries of new stock, she relies on her staff to
"They are very capable and I trust them with all
facets of the business. They know the customers
and the products. When I travel to source new
stock, I know that the girls have everything
"It's important to find things that people love.
We try and cover all tastes and markets. There
are more things available in Wodonga than
people realise, it's a really great place."
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