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On a Quest to get wet

03 Apr 2019

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You’ve got to be careful what you wish for!

Stacy Andronikos and Daniel Hibberd wished for full occupancy of their Quest Apartment businesses in Docklands within a month of Quest NewQuay opening in early February.

But, in a bitter/sweet moment, this was achieved, leaving the pair no other option but to jump into Victoria Harbour.

The business partners had incentivised their staff to strive towards zero vacancy by promising to take the plunge if the apartment complexes were full.

So, on the morning of March 21, it was into the drink for Stacy and Daniel.

Docklands News asked Daniel how it was as he climbed out dripping wet? “Glorious. Refreshing,” he said.

So why did you do it? “Dunno yet. Still trying to figure it out,” he laughed.

Stacy and Daniel are partners in the NewQuay business and Mr Hibberd’s family has owned Quest Bourke St since 2005.

On a serious note, Mr Hibberd said it was a credit to the dynamic business environment in Docklands that premium accommodation was in so much demand.

 

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