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February Buzz: ‘Tales’ from the Clubs industry

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Building on the buzz generated by our recent feature on industry trailblazers, we’re thrilled to bring you another round of captivating insights, updates, and breakthroughs this month.

Breaking News: Local Club Faces turmoil as Beloved Venue Faces Closure

In a shocking turn of events, the heart of Beaudesert, the beloved Club Beaudesert (formerly known as the Beaudesert RSL Club) has been dealt a devastating blow. After serving the community and veterans for countless years, the Club has been forced to confront an uncertain future as their cherished building, which also happens to be their clubhouse, has been sold to outside interests by their own landlord (the local Sub-Branch).

Despite being a financially robust and well-run establishment, the Club’s hopes of securing their own property have been dashed as negotiations fell through, leaving them with a mere 4½ years remaining on their lease. Determined to maintain their connection with Beaudesert and continue their invaluable support to the local community and veterans, the Club is now facing the daunting task of relocation.

In an effort to navigate this challenging period, the Club has enlisted the expertise of the DWS team to devise a strategy for their relocation. The outpouring of support from the community has been overwhelming, demonstrating the profound impact the Club has had on the lives of many.

As the Club braces for this significant transition, uncertainty looms over their future in Beaudesert, leaving members and supporters on edge. The team at DWS are looking forward to working with the Club Beaudesert team to build upon their well established foundations to create a bigger and brighter future. 

Greenbank Services Club Return to the Fold

In positive news for the Queensland Clubs industry, Tim Wright, General Manager of Greenbank Services Club, recently announced that the Club has rejoined Clubs Queensland after a period of absence.

One of Queensland’s largest and most successful Clubs, the return of Greenbank Services Club into the Clubs Queensland fold signals positive changes within the industry and for the Club itself, with a number of exciting renovations on the way! 

With years of experience and a wealth of knowledge gained from his tenure with Brothers Leagues Club Ipswich, the Queensland RSL Clubs Association and Greenbank Services Club, Tim’s continued involvement in government liaison committees and unwavering commitment to the industry have earned him the respect and admiration of Club Managers across Queensland.

Exclusive Brewmaster’s Creation Captures Hearts and Tastes at Carina Leagues Club

In a tale as rich and flavourful as the brew it describes, Alex McKenzie, an innovative Brewmaster with a passion for crafting exceptional beers, has woven together the essence of Carina’s vibrant spirit in a glass. Inspired by the camaraderie of local sports teams and the lively culture of the neighbourhood, Alex set out to create a beer that would not only tantalize taste buds but also celebrate the resilience and unity of the Carina community.

Thus, Tiger Tale was born—a golden amber ale infused with premium malts and hops, boasting a bold flavor profile that mirrors the strength and tenacity of the Tiger. As the signature beer of the Carina Leagues Club, Tiger Tale has quickly become a symbol of community pride and innovation.

Do you have any exciting projects planned, or are you welcoming a titan of industry to your team soon? The DWS Newsletter is the place to spread your good news with likeminded hospitality professionals! Reach out to us via email if your venue would like to be featured in the next DWS Newsletter.

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