Hot on the heels of reeling in the transport minister late last year, Ingleburn chamber of commerce and industry is going one bigger this year by landing the premier as its guest speaker.
Mike Baird will be the star turn at the chamber’s 2015 special function to be held on Friday, March 6, at Wests Leagues club at Leumeah.
Last November Gladys Berejiklian agreed to come out and be the chanber’s guest speaker in November.
“Premier Baird will be speaking on Rebuilding NSW, so this is an important function for the South West sub-region of Sydney, and particularly the Macarthur region of that sub-region,’’ the chamber said.
Mr Baird’s appearance will be just three weeks out from the NSW state election on March 28, so it should draw a big audience.
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But before hosting the premier, at its February meeting Ingleburn chamber will have as guest speaker Labor’s candidate for the seat of Macquarie Fields, Campbelltown councillor Anoulack Chanthivong. The former Campbelltown mayor will be speaking, amongst other things, about the following:
his personal, professional, and political background;
political achievements to date;
his aspirations for the seat of Macquarie Fields (and Ingleburn as one of the seat’s major centres);
and what he would like to achieve in Parliament should he be elected.
Ingleburn was previously in the Seat of Campbelltown, but will be in the Seat of Macquarie Fields for this election due to electoral boundary changes. The meeting will be held between 6:30 and 8.30pm in Ingleburn RSL Club.
The Liberal candidate for Macquarie Fields has not yet been named, but as soon as he or she is, the Ingleburn chamber says it will invite him or her to speak at its March meeting.
Ingleburn Chamber of Commerce & Industry has a proud history of achievement in ensuring that Ingleburn continues to be recognised and to fulfil its role as the only major centre between the regional City of Campbelltown and the regional City of Liverpool.
It is the firm belief of chamber’s members that Ingleburn is truly a sub-regional centre serving the vast and rapidly growing area between these two regional cities.
Strategically located near the northern gateway of the Macarthur Region, Ingleburn has a key role in promoting the region and in helping to ensure that the region is given the recognition at all levels that it deserves.