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18 November 2020 Posted by 

BIG MOVES IN COAST CLUB LAND

Halekulani Bowling Club joins Mounties group
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Central Coast club landscape is changing rapidly as another club has voted to join Australia’s largest registered club conglomerate, Mounties Group.
Halekulani Bowling Club have voted to amalgamate with the Sydney based organization. It has been a busy few month for Mounties, with Halekulani the second Coast club within weeks voting in favor of amalgamating with them.
 
Wyong RSL Club decided just two weeks ago that joining forces with Mounties Group would provide a stronger and brighter future for their community.
 
The vote follows a series of information sessions held during the past few weeks where Mounties Group CEO Dale Hunt presented his vision for the future and what to expect should the amalgamation be successful.
 
Secretary Manager of Halekulani Bowling Club David English said he was delighted with the result and he believed Mounties Group offered a stronger and brighter future for the club.
 
“Mounties Group put out an expression of interest for clubs looking to amalgamate earlier in the year and we jumped at the opportunity,” he said.
 
“Halekulani Bowling Club is already a fantastic community venue, but we feel that joining Mounties Group can only strengthen that position and make us even better for not only our members, but also our surrounding communities,” he said.
 
“Having seen what Mounties have done for other clubs they have amalgamated with, we are confident that they will empower us to retain our identity as a successful bowling club, while enhancing our members’ experiences and ensuring an even better future,” he said.
 
Group CEO Dale Hunt said he was just as thrilled at the result which marked the organisation’s second successful Central Coast venue vote in the past two weeks.
 
He said he believed it is the Group’s unique intergenerational approach to club venues as well as their profit-for-purpose business model that continued to intrigue and excite other clubs to join them.
 
“Halekulani Bowling Club are not a struggling club; they have been very successful and are much-loved community venue, but they want to do more,” Mr Hunt said.
 
“They have big plans to be even better for their members and staff and they know that this is not something they can do quickly by themselves,” he said.
 
“Mounties Group continue to invest heavily into bettering our venues, offering every generation of our members and their families a positive experience that enhances their lives, from childcare to Mounties Care, to gyms and beyond.
 
“We are a group of clubs built on strong family values and we care about the communities in which we
operate. This can be seen in everything we offer our members. We aren’t just words, we are actions, and we look forward to bringing this concept to the Central Coast community,” he said.
 
Liquor and Gaming NSW, as the industry regulator, will also need to approve the amalgamation before it is made official.


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