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Famous Furniture Bazaar
In 1977, Graham Barrow established Barrow Furnishings (A Division of Barrow Investments P/L) and commenced retailing furniture and soft furnishings in Ivanhoe , Victoria In 1985, seeing gaps in the furniture market, Graham expanded the business by commencing manufacturing furniture and did so very successfully until 1996. In 1987, noting the emerging trend in of furniture being imported from Asia, Graham undertook importing quality furniture from Malaysia and Thailand . Famous Furniture was established at this time as the wholesale arm of Barrow Investments P/L. During the period 1987 – 1996, the company increased importing substantially whilst manufacturing and retailing were wound back to the point that in 1996 it ceased manufacturing and retailing. Expanding the range whilst maintaining quality, has seen a consistent growth in the business. Famous Furniture is a family-owned business with Graham's son Nathan being involved in all aspects of the business. With Graham's background of Industrial Chemistry and Quality Control, and Nathan's background being Engineering, Famous Furniture is better able than most to assess the materials and construction of the furniture they supply. Famous Furniture has been using many of its manufacturers for over 10 years. The directors are active in all aspects of the business and spend extended periods in the Asian region being involved in design, manufacturing methods and quality control. The Famous reputation rests on the quality of the product they supply, a reputation the company works hard to maintain. With over 29 continuous years in the furniture industry, Barrow Investments t/as Famous Furniture, provide guarantees on their products that other importers/manufacturers only wish they could. Increasingly customers see the advantage of using Famous Furniture products in commercial situations. An eye for detail and a dedication to supplying quality product, are the hallmarks of the Famous way of doing things.

Jeans West
From humble beginnings 35 years ago Jeanswest have grown into one of Australia and New Zealand's favourite lifestyle fashion brands - take a trip and discover where we’ve been - you never know where we might take you next! 1972 First store opens in Perth city. Founded by Alister Norwood the store was a simple jeanery stocking jeans and related clothing purchased from wholesalers around Australia. 1984 Stores in WA grow and reach 28 across the state. 1985 Jeanswest branches into QLD making our mark on the east side of the country. 1987 Next stop NSW and a milestone is achieved opening store number 100! 1992 Victoria gets a taste of the Jeanswest life with the first Victorian store opening and we move the head office to Melbourne. 1994 Glorious Sun takes 100% ownership over Jeanswest and grows to 150 stores nationally. 1996 We launch across to our neighbours and show New Zealand what we are all about. 1997 We proved that Jeanswest "Fits Best" by showing off our jeans in our new fit system that revolutionized how to shop for jeans. Our success was huge and we officially started to become the brand we are today. 2003 Jeanswest proves it also looks best with our new look stores being fitted right across the country. By this stage we have stores in all the major shopping destinations and suburbs. 2004 Jeanswest thanks its customers by launching the new @list card, a loyalty program that gives our customers great discounts and deals. 2006 Jeanswest launches Alba Fan Club - a collaborative limited edition range developed in conjunction with Dan & George from Ksubi. 2007 Jeanswest launches it's first stores in the Middle East. 2008 Jeanswest launches a new customer service standards program - 5 Pocket Service. 2009 We continue to grow as a brand, launching a new brand position, product direction, store design, customer reward program and online sales. TODAY Jeanswest operates over 2,200 stores across Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, and China and continues its expansion to become a truly global brand.

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