Tomaree Business Chamber Changing of the Guard



THE Tomaree Business Chamber is moving forward after the successes of the year.

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They have not only won a Hunter Business Chamber Award under the leadership of local business woman and Port Stephens Woman of the Year Leah Anderson but have delivered some unique outcomes.

These include the Nelson Bay Civic Pride Working Bee day which has seen much of the Nelson Bay township revitalised and refreshed with nicely planted garden beds, new coat of paint, and the addition of gates in unsightly alleys.

The Chamber is also responsible for the delivery of Tastes at the Bay and business networking events.

Leah Anderson President of the Tomaree Business Chamber told News Of The Area, “Deb O’Neil will bring a wealth of knowledge with her Real Estate background, she knows a lot about the property market and knows a lot of people in this town and her business is right in the heart of Nelson Bay, while Amy Goodwin is an accountant at Buckley Richardson, who will bring a wealth of knowledge to the Finance Director role.”
The new faces joining Rob Reeve of Reeve Law, Geoff Brown of Radio Bay FM, Mel Turner of Moonshadow TQC Cruises, Gary Millard of Portside Building Design and Peter North will guide the organisation’s activities into 2019.

“Also new to the board Marcella Hill who is enthusiastic, and works in the heart of Nelson Bay and again she will bring great ideas and knowledge to the board.”

I’m very excited to have our new team,” she said.

The Chamber is currently working on a number of initiatives including an exciting project which if successful will see an education hub in the centre of Nelson Bay.



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