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Monday, 30 November 2015
Page: 14216

Mrs SUDMALIS (Gilmore) (16:15): On Friday the 13th, while visiting Gilmore to celebrate the development of environmental projects with local oyster and dairy industries, the Hon. Mal Brough and I attended a dynamic breakfast with a group called Business Network International Coastlink. It was a last-minute addition to a packed morning with the minister, and it was a great way to start the day.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the energy of this business group, who work together to benefit not only their own businesses but also each others' and, at the same time, are helping to grow our local economy: the vivacious president, Jason Armstrong, of Think Tank Business Services; VP Kate Campbell of Boston Capital; Bruce Jeffrey; Matthew Armitage, who owns Armitage Security; Wendy Woodward, a Nutrimetics consultant; Simon Harrison and Gaylene Staniforth, who are both from Lawrence Harrison Financial Services; Nigel Brooks from Intensity Fitness; Jared Cochrane of Raine & Horne; Mark de Jong from Interchange; Derrick Deacon from IT Basecamp; Nicole Dibben from Dibben Legal; Bruce Jeffrey from Jaffa Marketing Services; Emma Longford from helloworld, Nowra; Ron McGuire of McGuire's Smash Repairs; Kim Nangle from Kimberlie & Co; Peter Pepperell of Pepperell & Associates; Cameron Rutledge Electrical; Ben Scales from Sunny Afternoons Pty Limited; Scott Shelmerdine from Shoalhaven Secure Locksmiths; Rita Sullivan from Knickerboxers; Neil Wallace from NR Wallace Building Inspections; Nathan Coombes from SGT Telecommunications; Michelle Stuart from Age Well Health and Nutrition; Tony Saba of Carpentry & Handyman Services; and Leesa Lowles from RAMS Home Loans. Their energy and hospitality was inspiring and appreciated and it builds our community.