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Mr Lamont: gratitude
THE Caravan Industry Association of
Australia's board has been updated following the recent election by the
state caravanning associations.
Elected to the national board for a two-year term were:
James Kelly, Lifestyle Communities.
Martin Cotterell, Martin Cotterell and Associates.
Dennis Austin, Austin's Caravan Sales.
Chris Goddard, Cruisemaster.
Mark Lindsay, Southern Cross Parks.
Garry Moore, Jayco Corporation.
All but Mr Lindsay ‒ who rejoins after a year off the board
The constitution requires there to be a split of directors being elected
on the board annually.
Current board members Grant Wilckens, Donna Cocking and Nick Hunter were
not subject to re-election and will continue to serve for another year
ahead of a ballot in November 2020.
"The board has overseen a period of significant growth in recent years
while also strategically planning for the future proofing of the
industry," the association said.
This year's election was incredibly competitive, with 16 nominations for
only six positions.
"We congratulate all those who nominated, it is encouraging to see such
enthusiasm to drive the industry forward," the association said.
Meanwhile, its chief executive Stuart Lamont expressed his gratitude for
outgoing director Matt Slee.
"Matt has such dedication for the industry and holds a very wholistic
perspective which made him a great asset to the board," Mr Lamont said.
"His leadership and vision were crucial during the merger between CRVA and
RVMAA to form the Caravan Industry Association of Australia.
"We wish Matt all the best as he returns to focus on his dealership."
The National Board for Caravan Industry Association of Australia comprises
up to nine individuals from across the industry with no more than five
members involved in the same caravan industry category (parks or trades)
as identified at the time of their nomination.
The term of office for each elected director is two years.
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