Best-dressed shop front
Creativity and community-mindedness were rewarded at the weekend when Manjimup Tyrepower won the 2018 Best Dressed Window competition.
Sponsored by the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times, the annual competition celebrates how businesses in the Manjimup CBD celebrate the cherry and festive season.
Manjimup Tyrepower’s entry, designed by Neil Halden, includes cherry, Christmas and log-chopping elements.
“We sponsor the log-chopping as part of the Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival each year,” co-owner Jill Halden said.
“There were a lot of effort and materials put into the display and he’s done an amazing job. While he says he doesn’t do it for the competition, there is still that pride in doing a good job and having it recognised.”
Manjimup-Bridgetown Times branch manager Petula Holland said there were strong contenders for this year’s competition.
“It was a hard choice and all the displays were fantastic,” she said.
“Tyrepower’s use of log-chopping elements, a favourite in the Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival, gave its display a unique and personal twist that showed how much the business supports the festival, the log chopping industry and the festive season.”
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