Northern News : October 19th 2011
8 NORTHERN NEWS, OCTOBER 19, 2011 • No major changes to any of the existing products - we will be introducing new products to give our customer's more choices! • Daniel has been working in his uncle's butchery shop in Tauranga for the last nine years and had previously worked with his dad for 3 years - brings a wealth of knowledge to the butchery industry! • Chevy being an ex banker, store manager for a major food chain, currently studying fulltime to be a Primary School teacher, brings a wealth of experience to the business as the administrator executive! • Having a family, children Rushon,Kobe, and Preston has kept these two young business owner's grounded - as it is important to juggle business with quality family time! • Last but no means least, a HUGE thank you goes out to Ray and Anne Taylor for the devoted service to the community and for building such a successful business over the last 30 years - it is truly a HIGHLY COMMENDABLE testament o them! OUR EXPERIENCE IN THE BUTCHERY INDUSTRY! p.094040026•a/h.094040225•m.0278249736•m. firstname.lastname@example.org 29 Gillies Street, Kawakawa 0210, Bay of Islands p0 9 4040026•a/h094040225•m0278249736•m p094040026• a/h094040225• m0278249736• m Retail • Wholesale • Homekill • to m.0274 4 470 0 0 0 09 9 9 9 97 7 76 m02744 47 70 0 0 09 97 76 m02744 47 7 70 0 0 0 0 09 9 97 7 76 ALL 2 LTR MILK (BLUE, LIGHT BLUE, FULL CREAM, TRIM) $2.90 • • CREAM 500ML $2.50 BACON BONES $4.95KG PORK ROASTS $6.90KG • • • BACON HOCKS $3.95EA Directors: Daniel & Chevy Taylor Advertising Feature Daniel continues family business Keeping it in the family: Next generation takes over butchery in Kawakawa, from left: Preston, Chevy, Rushon, Daniel and Kobe. It was all about keeping it in the family when Daniel Taylor and his wife Chevy and three children returned to Kawakawa in late 2010 to take over the very successful Central Butchery. Daniel's parents Ray and Anne Taylor had owned and managed the business for the last 30 years. When Ray and his wife Anne decided it was time for Ray to retire it was only natural that Daniel, their only son, should continue the family business. Having worked in his uncle's butchery shop in Bethlehem, Tau- ranga, for 12 years, and before that for his father, Daniel was well equipped to step up to the chal- lenge. Chevy's experience in the bank- ing industry over the last six years, along with her fulltime studies including administration and retail store management for a major food chain, make them a great partner- ship for success. Daniel and Chevy took over the business in April. Our business has not changed since we have taken over,'' Daniel says. What sets us apart from many others in the butchery business is that Central Butchery has been a family owned business for over 30 years.'' The butchery supplies meat to customers from as far south as Mangawhai Heads to Kaitaia in the far north including supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and fast food out- lets in Northland. Central Butchery will carry out homekills, has its own hangi truck and supply hangi steam cookers and spits for hire. We also make our own sausages, meat patties, bacon, ham, smoked chickens, salami, hangis and our famous black pudding, all with Ray Taylor's secret recipes,'' he says. Daniel and Chevy are not looking at making changes but will intro- duce new products to the already extensive range that is on offer which includes fresh bread daily, vegetables and eggs. So it's happy families all round with Ray spending quality time with his mokopunas, Anne working at the BNZ in Paihia and Daniel and Chevy building on the already successful family business.
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