Tourism Eastland Incorporated Society

Tourism Eastland Inc. 

Tourism Eastland Inc. Website:   www.eastlandnz.com

 


NOTICE of both:

Special General meeting and

Annual General meeting 

Thursday 27th September 2018 

Tourism Eastland Incorporated Society

Venue:

WATSON ROOM
Gisborne Cosmopolitan Club
Grey Street, Gisborne NZ.

Time: 5.30pm networking for 6pm meeting start

 

AGENDA
1. Apologies
2. SGM – constitution changes  << CLICK for A4 PDF Download
3. Close SGM, start AGM
4. Minutes of previous AGM
5. Presentation of Annual Reports
6. Future discussions
7. Fixing of Annual Subscription
8. Election of Executive Board
9. General Business

All current members have been emailed the suggested constitution changes. If you haven’t received please contact the President. Tourism Eastland is the tourism operators’ advocate to ensure the region’s tourism continues strong growth built upon the platform laid down by TE over the past 30 years. Anyone interested in supporting us with this focus will be most welcome to attend.

PENNY SHAW, President

 

Gisborne Sunrise 2003 jan 1 Sq 95 Gisborne Beach Walkway Sq 95 Wa165 Sq 95 Wainui Beach Sunrise Sq 95 Cycle Sq95 Kathy Jim Warerfall Sq 95 Denice Sq95

Eastwoodhill overview Sq 95 Matawhero Church Sq95 Waikanae Beach Sq95 Dive Tat Stingray Sq 95 C Company Sq95 Museum C Company Sq96 Gisborne City KH Sq95


 Tourism Eastland Incorporated Society

'Your Regional Tourism Industry Advocate'


PLEASE NOTE: Tourism Eastland Inc. are no longer a regional tourism organisation nor are Tourism Eastland Inc. managing the Gisborne i-Site


Sept. 2017 elected Tourism Eastland Board members: 

Penny Shaw 1a sq 150 Chris Savage Col Sq150 

      Penny Shaw            Chris Savage 

Barry Thomas 150Sq Deane Craw Sq150 Harvey Johansen Sq151

     Barry Thomas          Deane Craw          Harvey Johansen             


For further information - contact: Penny Shaw: 

Tel: (06) 867 6523   Cell: 027 448 9561  em: info@eastlandnz.com


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