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Two weeks at the new place further up Albany Highway. Signage up. And what's the new street number ?
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We are up and running in the new store. Up the street at 900 Albany Highway, EAST Victoria Park. Only the address has changed (phew!)
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That For Lease sign will soon be us. The Good Store's current lease comes to an end on 30th July. Sometimes the fates call for a change ... and this is the new spot. From August 2018, The Good Store will be part of Uptown at 900 Albany Highway, East Victoria Park.
And it's no accident that we'll be right next door to the wondrous Crow Books: The Good Storekeeper read a Monocle mag article recently that the barometer of a healthy neighborhood was an independent bookshop, and spaces for dogs to run off leashes (good gift shops must've just slipped their mind). We're thrilled to be able to join a healthy neighborhood.
Sentimentally, it was The Prophet Cafe that was the reason for The Good Store being in The Park in the first place, and it's lovely to be opening close to them (even if they don't do Lunch)
East Victoria Park just has the undeniable buzz. Recently we've had nicely optimistic chats to proprietors of Green Bunch, and Ms Demeanour Boutique. Along with Nosh Food, Crow Books and heaps of other shops, The Good Store can see thumping Good times for East Victoria Park as the funnest, and absolute best retail spot in WA.
When coupled with already celebrated cafes and restaurants we reckon Uptown Vic Park is fine to look the world right in the eye (so there !).
We'll be sad to leave the company of our current retail neighbors (shout out particularly to Toys in The Park, and White Lily)... but right now we feel like The Good & Excited Store.
We're continuing to spread cheer at our longtime current digs until the end of the month. Come August 2018, it's Uptown at 900 Albany Highway, next to Crow Books (that's one block east of The Park Centre, opposite Dome, and diagonally across from The Balmoral Hotel).
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The mighty Soursop Green Tea returns. Green tea with healthy benefits and hardly any bitterness http://ow.ly/bFe530kKLQg
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Subo Soft Food Bottle. The best baby product we've seen for ages. This is what amazes on Shark Tank tonight. Is totally loved by kidlets with in-the-know parents. More details here : http://ow.ly/FLNn30ks7Wt http://ow.ly/i/G66tc
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Sometimes it's just time for a change.The Good Store's lease is nearly up, and we've been scouting. We're now in hard talks with a couple of juicy spots. Where do you think we should be ?
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Joco is the original re-usable glass takeaway cup. The Good Store's fave. A pre-requisite for beverage drinkers to fight the war on waste – no trees cut down, and no rubbish generated.
A Joco cup is very good for a lot of reasons :

- it makes things taste great because it’s glass
- thermal silicone sleeve avoids a hot hand
- best fitting lid to avoid lid anxiety. No drips.
- Unique dome shape top allows nose clearance when sipping
- lid is splash-proof (ridge behind sipper prevents splashes)
- cyclonic base shape helps sugar dissolve more easily when stirred
- dishwasher and microwave safe
- everything is recyclable

$29.00. More info here : http://ow.ly/RNr330kfb5l
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Run around with a grumpy face, carry The Happy Book, and people will smile at you.

Famous New York designer Stefan Sagmeister created The Happy Book. Bound in warm yellow (Pantone 115) smooth bonded leather with black silk-screened kaleidoscope edge.
Available now at The Good Store http://ow.ly/ox5c30k8tg7
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Perpetua the pencil with ecological cred - recycled graphite, no wood. Made in Italy. Designer Marta Giardini looks proud http://ow.ly/DSux30k77Xr.
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Latest style in our applique intensive Vendula London purses includes purses for...(ta da !) COFFEE lovers. The range won't even be on our website until tomorrow.
The rear one is $75 and thicker with multiple card slots and lots of room for coins & notes ; the front one is $40 and is a slim single section purse for a few coins, cards, and notes. A screen doesn't do them justice. They're both speccy.
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