MEMBER BASE: Tourism Noosa’s Damien Massingham, Pru Saimoun, Anthony Favelle.
MEMBER BASE: Tourism Noosa’s Damien Massingham, Pru Saimoun, Anthony Favelle. Contributed

Tourism Noosa’s membership has hit the 500 mark

TOURISM Noosa's membership has hit the 500 mark.

This latest milestone makes Tourism Noosa Queensland's strongest membership-based tourism body.

Ms Pru Saimoun, owner of Beans & Bagels, Noosaville, brought the count up to 499, while Mr Anthony Favelle, Travel Industry account manager of Virgin Australia, tipped the scales at 500.

Ms Saimoun said that as a small operator in a competitive industry it was great to have the support of a strong tourism body that successfully promoted Noosa to key markets.

"And it also supports members with a variety of initiatives that are of great benefit to us," Ms Saimoun said,

Tourism Noosa general manager Mr Damien Massingham said the realisation of Tourism Noosa's highest ever membership levels, signified an incredible confidence in what the Tourism Noosa board and management team were doing to promote the region locally and to wider audiences.


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