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Rusty’s back in business after entering receivership

RUSTY'S is back on its feet again, with new management taking over the accommodation and plans for the restaurant taking shape.

The Goondoon St business was put back in the hands of owners Keir Kreis, from Tannum Sands, and Mark Barton, from the Sunshine Coast, after it went into receivership when the lessees couldn't pay the rent.

The pair cleaned the place up two years ago when they originally bought the business.

Mr Barton said all the rooms had been brought back up to a nice standard.

"We're back on track and getting a lot of work done," he said.

"We'll be back in full swing in two weeks in terms of accommodation."

He said the restaurant would be a new and exciting venture reopening soon.

"Watch this space," he said.

The phones are now working and motel rooms can be booked on 48437900.

Topics:  business, gladstone, goondoon street, restaurant




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