Ceduna Business and Tourism Association helps boost business

MEMBER BENEFITS: Ceduna Business and Tourism Association members Mike Lowe, Sheryl Karam, Melissa Kett and Phill Stevens, who are happy with the organisation.

MEMBER BENEFITS: Ceduna Business and Tourism Association members Mike Lowe, Sheryl Karam, Melissa Kett and Phill Stevens, who are happy with the organisation.

The Ceduna Business and Tourism Association (CBTA) will host an information night next month to raise awareness of what the organisation offers.

The information night, on Friday, May 5 at Ceduna Foreshore Hotel, will give people an opportunity to find out about the association.

“Do you know what the CBTA does? If not then come along and find out what it can do for you,” committee member Sonya Coleman said.

The association aims to give exposure to Ceduna’s business and tourism sectors.

Ms Coleman said the organisation was involved in a number of promotional projects, including the crab competition, which started slowly a few years ago and continued to gain momentum.

“I’m told this year there have been more interstate competitors and our target is to bring them here so they can stay for a few days,” she said.

The association is involved in projects including the production of a website, town map with business locations, a brochure and business awards.

Ms Coleman said without these initiatives, businesses would have to “fend for themselves”.

“Our goal is to help businesses and to help Ceduna with added recognition.”

The May 5 event includes a two-course dinner for $50 a person from 7pm. RSVP before Friday, April 28 to Sonya Coleman on 0488 952 208 or sonya@highwayone.com.au.

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