Town’s new kid on the engine block

Kellie BalaamNarrogin Observer
Owner and operator Brandon with Narrogin Chamber President Bevan Steel and Shire Chief Executive Dale Stewart.
Camera IconOwner and operator Brandon with Narrogin Chamber President Bevan Steel and Shire Chief Executive Dale Stewart. Credit: Shire of Narrogin

Narrogin has seen a spike of new businesses opening in town with the most recent being Brando’s Automotive.

Brandon Draper and his wife Natalie Draper’s new family business offers Narrogin and surrounding towns a new option for vehicle servicing and mechanical repairs.

Shire president Leigh Ballard said Narrogin had seen an evolution in retail and other services.

“Times are changing and the way people engage, buy and do business is also changing,” she said.

“It’s really important to get behind (these businesses) and continue to look and buy local first so we can continue to attract new businesses and make our CBD welcoming.”

Narrogin Shire chief executive Dale Stewart and Narrogin Chamber of Commerce president Bevan Steele said they wished Mr Draper every success with his new venture.

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