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‘Win win’ for exhibitors and visitors at another successful SEQPHA Trade Day

Adrian Ward (RACV Royal Pines Resort) and Rachael Schwab (R Weatherdon & Co)

Adrian Ward (RACV Royal Pines Resort) and Rachael Schwab (R Weatherdon & Co)

The South East Queensland Executive Housekeepers Association’s (SEQPHA) annual trade day proved a success with a strong attendance of interested executive housekeepers rewarding supplier exhibitors for their investment.

Held at the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort, Gold Coast (Qld) on 28 August, the trade day involved some 30 exhibitors and more than 70 executive housekeepers.

“The quality of the exhibitors’ stands was fantastic, there was a great atmosphere

and I believe exhibitors received excellent value for their investment, based on the feedback we have received,” said committee person Hayley Brownrigg.

The exhibitors covered a very wide range of products and services including linen, bedding, furniture, cleaning and hygiene, fittings, uniforms, training and hotel room consumables.

Sea World Resort and Waterpark’s Wendy Robson (left) and Gillian Perkins   

Sea World Resort and Waterpark’s Wendy Robson (left) and Gillian Perkins

The SEQPHA is a very active organisation, its most recent event being a monthly breakfast meeting held mid-September at the Grand Chancellor, Gold Coast.

These meetings are attended by executive housekeeper members as well as suppliers. They raise money for charity – Ronald McDonald House, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Leukemia patients – and are excellent networking opportunities.

For more information about SEQPHA, contact Melissa Bent on email melissab@mbdesigns.com.au or mobile 0427 142 664

 

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