New Venture in Narrogin CBD Wheatbelt Strength and Conditioning

Published on Wednesday, 29 June 2022 at 8:25:02 AM




Wheatbelt Strength & Conditioning has themselves a new home at 52 Fortune Street Narrogin. After starting as a small home business and then transitioning to a farm Shearing Shed, owner Kate Carvey decided on the move to Narrogin.

 Kate said “Whilst the majority of people were happy to travel out of town, there is an appeal to clients having the business located within the CBD.” “Before making the decision to relocate into town, I was pleasantly surprised by the reasonable rents that were being charged by premise owners. This made the decision a pretty easy decision to make.”

 Wheatbelt Strength and Conditioning offers coaching with an emphasis on strength, hypertrophy and body recomposition in either group classes or 1 on 1 sessions.

 Shire President Leigh Ballard said “It is great to see a variety of different fitness activities offered to the residents of Narrogin.” “I am sure Kate will continue to grow her client base in her new premises.”

 The Shire President, along with the Narrogin Chamber of Commerce Chair, Damien Mercuri, visited Kate and wished her every success in her business and acknowledged her confidence in Narrogin to establish her business.

 Kate was presented with a Chamber welcome pack and Shire welcome box of goodies sourced from local supplier Wild & Waste Free, all wrapped up in the Shire of Narrogin ‘Love the Life’ calico shopping bag.

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 Further information on this media release may be obtained by contacting Dale Stewart,  or telephone 08 9890 0900.

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L-R Shire President Leigh Ballard, business owner Kate Carvey, Narrogin Chamber of Commerce Chair Damien Mercuri

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