Westpac national manager Graham Jennings and head of the Hayer Group, Harry Hayer, officially open Westpac Coffs Harbour’s commercial and agribusiness section.
STEVE YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY
Westpac national manager Graham Jennings and head of the Hayer Group, Harry Hayer, officially open Westpac Coffs Harbour’s commercial and agribusiness section. STEVE YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY

Red carpet rolled out at Westpac

WESTPAC recently rolled out the red carpet as the commercial and agribusiness section of the new Coffs Harbour branch at 218 Harbour Dr was officially opened.

For more than 150 existing and future clients, the opening also involved a tour of the new branch and business facilities.

Coffs Harbour's senior relationship manager Craig McGregor said the evening was a celebration of the commercial and agribusiness section moving into the new premises.

Mr McGregor said the section had been pivotal in many of Coffs Harbour's recent major developments.

"Our business and commercial clients have invested $250 million in property development in the last five years," Mr McGregor said.

Those developments include the car park at Park Beach Plaza, Gateway House and the Specialist Medical Centre.

At the opening was state member Andrew Fraser, Coffs Harbour Mayor Keith Rhoades as well as Harry Hayer, the head of the Hayer Group which developed the new premises that Westpac now proudly calls home.

Joining them were Westpac's national manager Graham Jennings, state manager Steve Hannan and North Coast regional manager Andrew Davis.

First and foremost for Westpac though, were the clients that were in attendance.

"We really rolled out the red carpet," Mr McGregor said.



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