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WE CAN’T KEEP A LID ON THESE EXCITING NEW GAMES FOR 2018 ANY LONGER! PREPARE TO BE EMPOWERED AT STAND #255 Queensland 10/3986 Pacific Highway, Loganholme QLD 4129 Phone: 07 3458 9180

With Albert Hakfoort at the Redbrick Hotel MAKING THE MOST FROM EVERY OPPORTUNITY THIS YEAR, WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER SEVERAL NEW LEARNING EXPERIENCES NOT JUST IN THE SE CORNER BUT TO MEMBERS ACROSS THE STATE UNDER THE QHA BANNER. As we tear into the year, the QHA are looking once more at how we can “do more” for our members. Most of you will know that your Association delivers up to date advice to members on licensing, gaming and employment relations matters. These are the cornerstones of the benefits we provide, however these are not the only opportunities that are available. This year, we are pleased to offer several new learning experiences not just in the SE corner but to members across the state under the QHA banner. On 26 February, along with some of our long-term industry partners, the QHA is pleased to host the Hotel Symposium at the Queens Arms Hotel in New Farm. We have invited the Queensland Attorney-General to meet with members and are looking forward to having another robust discussion about the future of the industry. Expanding our services to members across the state this year, we are delivering another new event in Townsville. Along with the support of CUB, the “Pubs, Pots and Profits” seminar will be held be held on 20 March. A second “PPP” event is scheduled for Bundaberg later in the year. Of course this adds to the regular Licensee meetings, Accommodation Hotel Updates and Training that runs throughout the state and online! The QHA are committed to continually evolve and answer our members’ challenges. So please pick up the phone, get involved, check out the website, but most importantly, talk to us. Someone across your Association will have experience, and be only too happy to help. BERNIE HOGAN QHA CHIEF EXECUTIVE/EDITOR QHA REVIEW | 3