Pallett pop-up for christmas

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
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Activ regional manager Darren McNabb, with area employment manager Jayme Hatcher and special abilities workers Greg Fletcher, Julian Mort and Nathan Deacon.
Camera IconActiv regional manager Darren McNabb, with area employment manager Jayme Hatcher and special abilities workers Greg Fletcher, Julian Mort and Nathan Deacon. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

With Christmas just around the corner, Activ Business Services Busselton will open a pallet furniture pop-up shop in Busselton.

Made from second-hand pallets, from Activ’s wooden pallet manufacturing facility in Bunbury, the type of furniture available includes outdoor tables and chairs, couches, high tables, stools, beds, coffee tables and games.

Activ customer operations manager Darren McNab said the pop-up shop would provide great furniture options for locals, and employ more than 35 supported employees.

“Our team makes pallets for a wide range of national and local businesses in the mining, meat processing and wine industries,” he said.

“In addition, the shop will enable our team members to recycle pallets into sustainable pieces of rustic furniture.”

Activ’s pallet furniture pop-up shop is located next to the Puma Service Station on Causeway Road in Busselton.

It will open on October 26 with opening hours between 9am and 3.30pm, Monday to Friday,

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