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Echuca Workers Club Are Planning for the Future

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Echuca Workers Club Victoria are focused on planning for their future after the recent floods. Located on the banks of the Murray River, the club is recovering well from the recent floods, and our Chairman, John Dickson and Group Manager, Aaron Bray were privileged to spend a few days with the club working closely with the board to develop a new 5 to 10 year strategic plan for the club.

L-R: Echuca Workers Club General Manager Erin Langman, Aaron Bray, and John Dickson

A town with a lot of history, Echuca was once the 2nd largest port in Victoria and still has many paddle steamers using the river today, which can be seen tied up at the wharf adjacent to the town’s historical village. The club went through a major renovation 3 years ago, which has been an unbelievable success and enabled Echuca Workers to compete with major hospitality rivals just over the river.

Aaron will have an opportunity to return to the club over the next few months assisting the board and management team with various staff restructuring and training.

If your club is looking to focus on a strategic vision, get in touch with John Dickson today.

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