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Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Announces New Event Director

BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Announces New Event Director

Following the resignation of current BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Event Director, Aaron Carter, the event has pleasure in announcing the appointment of Debbie Chambers as the new Event Director for New Zealand’s largest cycling event.

Debbie has been with the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge for the past 18 months as event manager and will now be responsible for the overall strategic direction for the event moving forward, working alongside the existing management team and board of trustees.

Of the appointment, Chair of Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Trust, Doug Simmons comments “We received a number of applications for the role from across New Zealand, which demonstrated the high regard in which the industry places the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge. Debbie stood out from other applicants bringing experience, passion, drive and commitment to the role”.

Doug goes on to say “The last three years have seen the Cycle Challenge rebuild and go from strength to strength. We now feel we have the right team in place to take this event into the future. It is an exciting period for the BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge and all those involved with it”.

Debbie adds “As a recent resident to Taupo, I’m excited by the challenge ahead and am looking forward to working with a great team of passionate people, with the objective to drive innovation and improvements on an already iconic event. I’m keen to see where we can take the BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge in the years ahead”.


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