Vili’s is proud to be the ‘Exclusive supplier of Pies, Pastries, Cakes and Sandwiches’ to Kilsyth Basketball.
Vili’s is known in the market place for being a sought-after product of high quality, a standard which Vili has always striven for, since commencing the business in 1968. Vili and his wife Rosemary are proud to have taken the business from strength to strength. Their son, Simon and daughter Alison are actively involved in the management, with Simon being in International Sales, and Alison as State Manager of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
Vili’s Pies are now enjoyed nationally and internationally, in Asia, Europe, the Pacific and in the U.S.A.
Through innovation, quality products and customer service we believe you will always “Taste the Difference”.
When your next at Kilsyth Sports Centre or Lilydale Basketball Stadium why don’t you grab yourself a Vili’s!
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