Margaret River Hospitality Group (MRHG) was chosen to cater for the launch of the newly formed Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA), the first assignment for Executive Chef Tony Howell under the MRHG banner.
The MRBTA launch celebrates unification of the Geographe Bay and Augusta Margaret River tourism associations as agreed by an overwhelming positive vote by association members.
MRHG Director Anthony Janssen said that he felt privileged to play an official part of celebration.
“Congratulations to the Augusta Margaret River and Geographe Bay Tourism Associations for having the vision to unite our region,” 33-year-old Janssen said.
“Forming one tourism association will not only create consistencies and business efficiencies, but it will continue to build and strengthen tourism in the South West.”
Janssen said that he and business partners Howell and hospitality expert Alex Brooks, shared the same vision for their south west enterprises - to create memorable hospitality experiences for locals and visitors alike.
“We all love the region and we’re really proud of it. We express that love and pride in what we do at all our venues,” Janssen said.
“Creating a sustainable business is one thing, but it’s not the only thing. We’re committed to contributing positively to the region by providing our staff with career opportunities and a great place to work, by giving locals and visitors great venues that they feel at home at, and by showcasing the amazing produce of the region.” Read more....