Peel Thunder and Mandurah Coastal Times host Peel CCI business after hours

Peel Thunder Football Club player Georgia Perry, coach Cam Shepherd and Ben Howlett.
Peel Thunder Football Club player Georgia Perry, coach Cam Shepherd and Ben Howlett.

PEEL Thunder Football Club and the Mandurah Coastal Times hosted the Peel Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Peel CCI) business after hours event on Thursday.

Held in the Bear Trap outdoor area at David Grays Arena, about 50 people attended the event and represented companies from throughout the Peel region.

Peel CCI general manager Andrew McKerrell welcomed several businesses who were new members of the chamber. He said Peel CCI was enjoying a surge in popularity.

Peel Thunder Football Club chief executive John Ditchburn said the club’s motto was ‘building stronger communities’ and local businesses were a significant part in realising that goal.

Mandurah Coastal Times sales manager Emma Pratten shared how Community News supported local business and all the community events sponsored by company.

Emma Pratten (Mandurah Coastal Times), John Ditchburn (Peel Thunder Football Club), Denise Ray (Mandurah Coastal Times).
Becc Stevens (MatchWorks) and Kim de Lacy (Port Bouvard Marina).
Andy Averill (AVS Mechanical) and Andrew McKerrell (Peel Chamber of Commerce and Industry).
James Anderson (Anderson Sheds) and Geoff Kelly (Kelly’s Hot Gas & Air).
Gareth Millard (Mandurah Kinesiology), Terry Boag (Peel Finance Brokers) and Anthony Carna (Mandurah Graphics).
Sue Hamilton (West Coast Radio) and Clemency Whittles (Blue Earth Solutions).