Pop into Warwick Computer Service and have a chat to Zach if you're chasing a last minute gift, or simply want to
Pop into Warwick Computer Service and have a chat to Zach if you're chasing a last minute gift, or simply want to

Young business owner delivers sweetest smelling gifts

YOUNG Zachery Viola is on the road to riches, and he hasn't even graduated school yet.

The Warwick business owner sells an assortment of organic, Australian made fragrances, candles and mists from a small set up tucked inside Warwick Computer Service.

"People often come through the door and the first thing they notice is a beautiful smell," he said.

"It's quite strange, because you might not expect it from a computer store in Warwick."

It's a venture Zachery researched seriously before setting up shop.

"I came across the products when I was travelling and thought they would do well back home," he said.

"I just personally liked them when I first saw and smelt them.

"I did a lot of research about where they were made, and found they all came out of Brisbane.

"I contacted the company, and they decided I could be a distributor of their products."

The products range from room mists, aroma reads, candles, oils and even a nursery spray helpful in calming children.

"A lot of people are interested, but most did not know we had them here," he said.

"A few buy them for presents.

"Some come in for computer repairs, and end up buying them as gifts."

The grade 12 student said he hoped his small business would act as a segway into greater things.

"After school I want to study international business," he said.

Zachary was excited about his new Spring collection, tucked down towards the back of the store.

Pop into Warwick Computer Service and have a chat to Zach if you're chasing a last minute gift, or simply want to have a sniff.



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