Lost in translation: Bunnings UK customers split on the Australian invasion

 In Bunnings, International
It’s a few degrees above zero in the Bicester Bunnings carpark.
A sign announces the coming Saturday’s sausage sizzle will raise money for a local preschool.
Steven Fowles isn’t impressed. He’s run a snack van in this carpark for 13 years, selling coffees, burgers and ‘baps’ to customers of what until late last year was a Homebase store. He pays a lot of money for the concession.
“I’ve got nothing against charity but it doesn’t pay my mortgage,” he says. “`Weekends were my busiest days.” Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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