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Destination Queenstown Board Members Confirmed

Destination Queenstown Board members confirmed

Two new Directors have been appointed to the Destination Queenstown Board for 2017/18.

Jonathan Browne from Skycity Queenstown was elected to the Professional/Retail/Services sector seat and Michael McMillan was re-elected to one of the Accommodation sector seats at the recent Annual General Meeting.

At their first meeting the DQ Board confirmed two co-opted members would be invited to join the Board. Charlie Phillips of Queenstown Resort College was co-opted for another term and Josie Spillane from Highlands and Game Over Queenstown has been newly co-opted onto the DQ Board.

The full DQ Board for 2017/18 is:

Chairman and Activities sector – Matt Hollyer
Retail/Service/Professional sector – Jonathan Browne
Accommodation – Chris Ehmann and Michael McMillan
General – Lisa Nilsen and Greg Hunt
QLDC representative – Mike Theelan
Ex-Officio – Mayor Jim Boult
Co-opted Directors – Charlie Phillips and Josie Spillane


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