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New President for Marine Industry Association

by Marine Industry Association 19 Apr 17:29 PDT
Day 2, Bay of Islands Sailing Week, January 25, 2018 © Richard Gladwell

NZ Marine Industry Association has announced that Richard Macalister (Kiwi Yachting Consultants) has been elected President.

Two new Vice Presidents on his "ticket" were also elected at the Annual General Meeting on April 18, 2018

The statement reads:

An announcement of new office holders for NZ Marine Industry Association

The results of the election for officers of the Boating Industries Association of NZ Inc trading as NZ Marine Industry Association held at last night's Annual General Meeting are as follows:
President - Richard Macalister, Kiwi Yachting Consultants
Vice President - Jason Dickey, Dickey Boats
Vice President - Tom Warren, Westhaven Marina

We congratulate Richard Macalister, Jason Dickey and Tom Warren on their appointment to the above positions.

We take this opportunity to thank outgoing President Myles Fothergill for his significant contribution to the industry as NZ Marine Industry Association President for the last three years.

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