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SKYCITY: New General Manager Corporate Communications

30 July 2012

SKYCITY Auckland Appoints New General Manager Corporate Communications

SKYCITY Auckland has announced the appointment of Gordon Jon Thompson to the role of General Manager Corporate Communications for SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited.

Mr Thompson is currently Research Director at UMR Research. Previously Mr Thompson held the position as former Labour Leader Phil Goff’s Chief of Staff and prior to taking that role, his Chief Press Secretary. He has also held the position of press secretary for former Prime Minister Helen Clark and has worked both in New Zealand and internationally as a journalist.

Mr Thompson will report through to SKYCITY Entertainment Group CEO, Nigel Morrison.

“We are delighted to make this senior appointment and I am confident he will make a significant contribution to SKYCITY” says CEO Nigel Morrison.


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