The founder of Australian company Eagle Boys, Tom Potter.
The founder of Australian company Eagle Boys, Tom Potter. Contributed

Eagle Boys serves up new look

BUNDABERG residents are among the first in the country to order pizzas from an Eagle Boys' new-look concept store.

The Bundaberg store, which opened in 1991, has introduced an Eagle Boys' "store of the future" - a revamp to be rolled out across the company.

Eagle Boys developed the "stores of the future" concept after research to understand customer preferences and behaviours.

The new design includes exposed brickwork and recycled timber.

Eagle Boys Bundaberg franchisee Shaun Butcher said the refresh breathed new life into the store.

"The new concept is trendy and modern and provides our local customers with a different experience to what they are used to," he said.

Eagle Boys retail general Nick Vincent said creating value and appeal for local customers was central to the company's business strategy.

"Despite increasingly intense competition in the pizza industry, Eagle Boys has remained steadily focused on innovation, research and development for our strong and loyal customer base," he said.

"The 'stores of the future' concept is an exciting expansion for us with a modern customer experience across Australia, with a contemporary look and fresh appeal."



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