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Hospitality Association of NZ - New Appointments

19 May 2008

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Hospitality Association of NZ - New Appointments

The Hospitality Association of NZ is delighted to announce the appointment of Jeanette Swift as the Northern South Island Regional Manager. Jeanette has a very strong background in management and sales with extensive international experience in multi-site retail management. She also has a Bachelors Degree with Honours from the Sheffield Hallam University.

The Association is also pleased to announce the appointment of Alan Sciascia as the Lower Northern North Island Regional Manager. Alan has an extensive background in the hospitality industry, firstly with Lion Nathan and latterly as an independent hospitality consultant.

ENDS

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