Puma2Go reach pledge goal

Dunsborough resident Trish Flower counts over 800 pledges to boycott a proposed Puma Energy petrol station in Dunsborough's town centre. Image supplied.
Dunsborough resident Trish Flower counts over 800 pledges to boycott a proposed Puma Energy petrol station in Dunsborough's town centre. Image supplied.

The Dunsborough community have joined forces yet again, having launched a boycott campaign to drive home the message to Puma Energy they are not wanted in the town centre. 

As the community awaits a State Administrative Tribunal decision on whether the petrol station would go ahead, the campaign recorded 800 signatures. 

Campaign spokesman Tony Sharp said he hoped by gathering a level of opposition, it would persuade Puma to develop its petrol station or convenience store on the edge of town, not in the middle. 

He said Puma2Go had identified a site and found a willing seller adjacent to the light industrial zone, which it believed would be a more practical site, allowing freer access to trailers and boats.  

"We hope that by showing Puma that the vast majority of the town would boycott the development in the centre of town Puma would change its mind," he said.