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Tourism Holdings Limited – Appointments

1 June 2005

Tourism Holdings Limited – Appointments

Tim Cantlon
General Manager Coaching

Tim Cantlon has joined Tourism Holdings Limited (THL) as General Manager of the company’s comprehensive coaching operations. These include Johnston’s Coachlines, Great Sights, Discover New Zealand, Kiwi Experience, Airbus, Tourist Transport Fiji and Feejee Experience. He is also responsible for THL’s Contact Centre which provides reservations and information services to travellers and travel organisations around the world, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Mr Cantlon has extensive senior management and sales experience in the transport and freight sectors and was most recently Managing Director for Eagle Global Logistics.

Grant Webster
Chief Operating Officer Attractions

Grant Webster has been appointed Chief Operating Officer Attractions commencing 20th June for Tourism Holdings Limited (THL) from Sky City where he was General Manager Attractions and Support Services.
In his new role, he has overall responsibility for THL’s Attractions Division. This includes Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World in Auckland, Milford Sound Red Boat Cruises, Fuller’s Bay of Islands and Waitomo operations (Waitomo Glowworm Caves, The Legendary Black Water Rafting Co. and Ruakuri Cave, which opens next month). Mr Webster also oversees sales and marketing for these operations.


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