President preaches a confident future

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Positive times: Incoming Gunnedah Chamber of Commerce president Michael Broekman said business was looking up. Mr Broekman’s term runs until at least the next AGM in mid-2017.New Gunnedah Chamber of Commerce president Michael Broekman said with so much economic prosperity in town, it’snever been better to call Gunnedah home.
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“There’s not a better time to be in Gunnedah,”Mr Broekman said.

“Sure there’s been some sad times in the past but you need to remember those down times to understand and appreciate how good we’ve got it at the moment,”

The local business director stood unopposed as the new committee head following theresignation by recently elected Gunnedah mayor Jamie Chaffey.

It’s a busy schedule forMr Broekman and the chamber in coming months, withTry A Trade and Christmas Fair functions fast approaching.

He said big winter rain hadstrengthened the local agricultural sector while mining had also seen improvement.

“Ithink Gunnedah will be one of those towns which will stand alone in relation to employment, population growth and economic activity.

“Business in Gunnedah is in a good spotbut it’s up to the business community to tap into that.”

Chief on the chamber’sradar isa business plan to survive in the long-term.

“Every rural community in NSW is fighting for economic sustainability,” he said. “It’s hard work in rural Australia but it’s a good place to live and raise your family…hopefully we can put Gunnedah at the forefront of that sustainability.”

He was “indebted”tohis chamber predecessorsAnn Luke,John Campbell,Chaffey and the rest of the teamfor their continued support.

“I’mvery happy and proud what the chamber has been achieved these last few years,” he said.

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