Keeping business in Bay moving

THE GLOBAL financial crisis continues to rumble on in the background but the people of Hervey Bay are just switched on and getting on with business.

“They are not letting it get to them and that is clear to see tonight,” one observer said during last Friday night’s monthly Business Hervey Bay social at The Deck in Urangan.

“The mood of the town is buoyant and that was reflected tonight.”

It was also reflected by the introduction of eight new businesses at the monthly networking event.

After five years the Business Hervey Bay model remains a dynamic phenomenon that continues to turn up new faces each month.

Friday’s gathering, sponsored by The Deck, Sunsuper and Bay painters Classic Coatings, included 110 people representing a mix of business across the city.

Organisers have encouraged businesses in the area to make the Christmas Business Hervey Bay social one to remember on December 18. All businesses are invited to attend the event at the Hervey Bay Boat Club.



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