Jenn’s jump­ing for joy

The Riverine Herald - - BUSINESS AWARD 2017 -

ECHUCA-Moama Vis­i­tor Information Cen­tre’s Jenn Ren­dle couldn’t con­tain her ex­cite­ment when she was an­nounced as em­ployee of the year.

As the first staff mem­ber the cen­tre’s vis­i­tors, vol­un­teers and mem­bers meet, Jenn is the face of the or­gan­i­sa­tion.

She has been with Echu­caMoama Tourism for seven years and her pri­mary role is the pro­vi­sion of vis­i­tor ser­vices.

That in­cludes co-or­di­nat­ing the vis­i­tor information cen­tre’s book­ing sys­tem and be­ing the point of con­tact for its team of vol­un­teer am­bas­sadors.

‘‘I’m very proud and it is so nice to be recog­nised. I really wasn’t ex­pect­ing to win,’’ Jenn said.

‘‘I am pas­sion­ate about the job but I couldn’t do it with­out the amazing sup­port of the en­tire team.

‘‘Ev­ery­one here de­serves to be con­grat­u­lated and I’m hon­oured to win in such a strong field.’’ ■ Fi­nal­ists were Alyssa Stephens (En­dota Spa), Sue Teasdale (GMCU), Kylie Spence (North­ern Hire Group), and Leon ‘Joe’ Bur­ton (Port of Echuca Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre).

Young en­tre­pre­neur of the year spon­sored by 102.5 The Edge

Daws & Vary Rior­dan’s Hugh Melville presents Echuca-Moama Tourism’s Jenn Ren­dle the em­ployee of the year.

Karla Houri­gan of In­fi­nesse ac­cepts the young en­tre­pre­neur award from 102.5 The Edge’s Paul Lavars.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.