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Certified Builders Association CEO Resigns

7 November, 2005

Certified Builders Association CEO Resigns.

Garry Shuttleworth has announced his resignation as chief executive of the Certified Builders Association of New Zealand.

Garry has stated that he felt it was time to move on and to hand the reins onto a successor who is yet to be appointed. A new era is upon the Association with the pending launch of the Builder of the Year Awards and other initiatives that Garry has helped to create.

Garry is taking a well-earned break and has chosen to spend time developing other interests and spending more time with his family.

It is expected Garry will retain an on-going relationship both with the Association and within the industry.

The Board of Certified Builders Association wish to thank Garry for his considerable contribution to the Association and wish him well with his future endeavors.

ENDS

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