Gunnedah and District Chamber of Commerce and Industry benefits from business partner program

By Vanessa Höhnke
Updated January 16 2018 - 12:33pm, first published January 11 2018 - 4:50pm
NEW YEAR: Gunnedah and District Chamber of Commerce and Industry's president Stacey Cooke says there is plenty to focus on in 2018. Photo: Vanessa Höhnke
NEW YEAR: Gunnedah and District Chamber of Commerce and Industry's president Stacey Cooke says there is plenty to focus on in 2018. Photo: Vanessa Höhnke

A grant of $5000 has given Gunnedah and District Chamber of Commerce and Industry a leg-up for 2018.

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