A Special Christmas Message

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As this year draws to an end we can now reflect on 2020. So much has been written about 2020 that there’s not much more that can be said. I think we would all rather focus on the future and what opportunities that may bring us. However, we have all learnt some new skills, discovered new opportunities and different ways to do business over the last 12 months, that will take us forward with some enthusiasm into 2021.

New Year’s Eve will probably mean more to us this year than in previous years. As we look forward to returning to a degree of normality even if it is being called “Covid Normal”. We have the opportunity to now start afresh and continue with the great work our industry does for our community, our members and our staff.

If the last 12 months have highlighted anything it has been a practical demonstration of the family community that our industry is all about. We have all reconnected, communicated and supported each other in a true collegiate spirit, one that I’m sure will continue into the future.

At DWS and CTA we have been personally overwhelmed by the support the industry has given us over the last 12 months. This has enabled us to continue to support the industry as we have done for the past 28 years, and we look forward with renewed enthusiasm, to a prosperous 2021for the hospitality industry.

From myself and my wonderful team, we wish you all a relaxed and safe Christmas and New Year, with a happy and successful 2021.

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