Peel Chamber of Commerce and Industry elects president and vice president


Some of the members dressed up for the annual general meeting.
Some of the members dressed up for the annual general meeting.

FORMER Peel Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) president and vice president Donna Cocking and Mark Rattigan were elected unopposed when more than 50 members and guests attended the Peel CCI annual general meeting cruising the waterways of the Peel region with Mandurah Cruises.

Peel CCI general manager Andrew McKerrell presented the 2017 managers’ report highlighting operational achievements and acknowledging the Mandurah Boardwalk Group, Peel CCI Murray Business Support Group, Peel CCI Waroona Business Support Group, Mandurah Young Professionals and other regional stakeholders for their efforts.

New and returning board members included Marie Te Au, Lorraine Craig, Craig Baker, Joe Maiolo, and Gill Peet.

Mandurah Cruises owner Myri Riddy showcased the diverse offerings of Mandurah Cruises, the new direction and innovative exploration currently underway into strengthening tourism in the Peel and encouraging all businesses to work together, not in competition, but as a collective community for the benefit of tourism.

The meeting also acknowledged the contribution of departing board members Cathy Bastow and Robin O’Neill.

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