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National Tiles

National Tiles

National Tiles

"National Tiles was started by my father, Frank Walker, in 1979 with very humble beginnings. It was a little store in Geelong West in Victoria and my parents, my sisters and I lived upstairs in the apartment above the store. Growing up I often spent my weekends and school holidays working in the business in the storeroom or in the warehouse on the forklift, so I have learnt about the whole company from bottom to top. I officially joined National Tiles in the 1990s. I'm very proud of how far we have come and how much we have grown. We now have nearly 40 stores across the country, more than 400 team members and we sell nearly 4 million square metres of tiles every year.” National Tiles' CEO, Nick Walker.


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