The new owners of Newey's Drive-Thru Cleaners are looking forward to business picking up when the region comes out of lockdown.
Kylie Robinson and her partner Mike Chambers bought the drive-through dry cleaning business just before the region went into its latest lockdown.
Although it is considered an essential service and can continue to operate business is quieter than normal.
"We had a month and then we hit COVID," Miss Robinson said.
She said the business does dry cleaning and laundry for motels, private health professionals and other commercial businesses, as well as general dry cleaning.
However, with accommodation services welcoming fewer guests and fewer events causing people to get their clothes dry cleaned, she is hoping more people will start to bring in their winter coats, quilts and blankets for dry cleaning using the contactless drive-through service.
New range of fodder
Fresh Fodder is known for its range of dips but the Orange-based business is now branching out and releasing a squeeze bottle sauce range.
Some of their most popular flavours have had a small facelift for the sauces and, alongside some new flavours they can be used to dress salads, bakes, platters and bowls.
The flavours include: Chilli, Lime and Yoghurt; Cumin Infused Hommous; Garlic Sauce and Smokey Roe Mayo.
Stormriders has changed locations in Orange moving up a block in Summer Street and now backs onto the Woolworths car park.
However, due to the ongoing lockdown it has only been able to open for call and collect.
The contemporary youth clothing store is operating from Tuesday to Saturday between 10am and 1.30pm.
However, customers must call 6362 9080 to arrange to collect their purchase.
Business to open
Creative Brows and Lashes is set to be the latest business to open at the Orange City Centre after the COVID-19 lockdown ends.
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