Chamber Of Commerce Elects Committee

Margaret River Book Shop owner Pauline McLeod was re-elected the president of the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry last week during the Annual General Meeting, and will continue to serve in this position until next year’s AGM.

The news article “Chamber elects committee” has full details on this story. It says, “Treasurer Alastair Wilkie of Nexus Bookkeeping was also re-elected, while outgoing deputy president Steve Brake of Thompson McRobert Edgeloe has resigned as deputy president and from the chamber executive after nearly 20 years of service on the committee. He will stay on in a mentor capacity and specifically continue to represent the Chamber on the Perimeter Road project.”

Webio founder Peter Griffyn was elected the deputy president in his first year as the chamber executive. The Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry thanked incumbent committee members Vanessa Thomson of the Darby Park Margaret River, Vintages Accommodation’s Glenys Buccholz and Roz Cummings of the Down South Camping and Outdoors who were all re-elected.

The chamber also welcomed three new members for the executive committee. These include Benji Leggate of Margaret River Guide, Kim Muste of the Thompson McRobert Edgeloe and Marilyn Smith of the Iris Naturopathic Clinic.

About the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry:

The Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry aims to meet the needs of local businesses in the Margaret River community, with the aim of improving the economic well-being, sustainability and viability of the region. The chamber plays a vital role in devising strategic policies and plans for sustainable growth and economic development of industry and business in Margaret River. It also promotes the region as a place for the growth of new industry and business in order to attract new ideas, expertise, employment and investment for the benefit of the local community.

The Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been busy promoting networking and strategic partnerships between individual businesses and groups to help promote business interaction and share expertise. It supports and promotes schemes and activities that lead to a better understanding and awareness of industries and businesses operating in the region. The chamber regularly organises activities and initiatives to help local businessmen operate their businesses more efficiently and effectively. It also helps local businesses in finding training resources and relevant information from national, regional and local sources.

For more information on the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry, visit the website

About Benji

I am married and live on a farm near Margaret River with my wife, daughter and son. I set up The Margaret River Guide to assist people coming to Margaret River Western Australia to easily find what they are looking for. I also wanted to allow people to find activities they did not know about and to be able to openly comment on/ review businesses.

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