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Wellington Museums Trust newsletter June 2004

Wellington Museums Trust newsletter June 2004

Wellington Museums Trust newsletter June

NEWSLETTERIssue Three | June 2004Trust staff go on stage at the awards night: (from left) Emmanuel Makarios, Manager, Wellington Cable Car Museum; John McCormick, Finance Manager,Wellington Museums Trust; David Chin, Marketing Manager, City Gallery Wellington; Paul Thompson, Director, Museum of Wellington City & Sea; John Gilberthorpe,Chief Executive, Wellington Museums Trust; Kim Townley, Manager, Colonial Cottage Museum; Stuart Grant, Director, Capital E; Beverley Seymour, Guide,Colonial Cottage MuseumPhoto by Robert Catto/www.catto.co.nzWE’RE ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY VIBRANT GOLD!The Wellington Museums Trust came home a winner from the recentWellington Region Gold Awards, taking “Vibrant Gold” ahead of otherfinalists the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary and Pataka Museum.The annual Gold Awards, which arepresented in association with TheDominion Post, celebrate enterprise andexcellence in business. The Vibrant Goldaward was described as highlightingachievements in tourism, promotions,events and lifestyle that brought vitalityand recognition to the region.“Our success in winning this award is areflection of the enormous talents andefforts of everyone involved with theTrust, whether they be the staff at thedifferent facilities, our hardworkingTrustees or our many sponsors andsupporters,” says Chair Bill Brien.“We receive a magnificent level of supportfrom our major funder, the WellingtonCity Council and, to a large extent, thatis responsible for our success.“In the past year, more than half a millionpeople either visited one of our facilitiesor attended a performance or eventorganised by a Trust facility. As ourfacilities are key contributors to theCouncil’s vision of Wellington as culturalcapital and to its newer directions ofcreativity and innovation, it is fantasticto be recognised for our contribution.”The Gold Awards were presented at afunction at the Events Centre attendedby more than 650 people and which hada theme of “Hollywood in the ‘70s”. Otheraward categories included Emerging Gold(for smaller enterprises), Generating Gold(for manufacturing and industrialcompanies), Creative Gold (film, mediaand creative content) and DiscoveringGold (technological, scientific andinnovative R&D projects).As well as winning Vibrant Gold, the Trustalso attained a distinction of anothersort as Bill Brien and his partner won atrip to Sydney on the strength of Bill’scostume, an 1870s black and goldWellington rugby jersey.Below: Rex Nicholls (right) recognises Trust ChairBill Brien for his ‘70s costume – 1870s, that isPhoto by Robert Catto/www.catto.co.nz

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