New Kingaroy business owner is called to ‘do good’
NORMALLY most husbands don’t tell their wives about their crazy ideas.
But when Kingaroy business owner, Daniel Huskisson told his wife of his thoughts of opening a second takeaway store in Kingaroy she was surprisingly optimistic.
So much so, that Mary has left her job and is now working full time in their new business, Husky’s Burgers.
The new fast food store in the recently renovated IGA complex have their grand opening on Tuesday November 12.
However for the past few days they have had the doors open to get feedback from early customers.
Daniel was happy with the early progress.
“We have had some really good feedback,” he said.
“So far everyone has been happy with the value you get from the burgers.”
He said they would be ready for the official opening on Tuesday.
“We have used the soft opening to find out what works and what doesn’t work,” Daniel said.
“We have been tweaking the menu here and there.”
The new owner of Husky’s Burgers, who is also part owner of U Cafe on Kingaroy St, said he wanted to put a positive spin on his new store.
“I want to do something to benefit the community,” Daniel said.
One of my fundamental beliefs that I need to live out is my Christian faith, and Jesus said, ‘do good’.”
“I feel I’m called to do that,” he said.
“Having more positivity and more happiness going around has to be a good thing.”
Daniel said he didn’t foresee too many challenges working with his better half.
“I think we will be fine, we have worked on a few projects together,” he said.
“Three months before we got married, we renovated a house together.”
The South Burnett entrepreneur said he was all ready thinking of the next big idea.
“I am the one who comes up with the crazy ideas,” Daniel said.
I all ready have got my eyes on my next venture, but I won’t able to do that one for a while before she lets me.”