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Thursday, 20 December 2012

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CPL Attend ALMR Christmas Lunch

Thursday, 20 December 2012

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CPL Chief Executive, Daniel Davies, and Directors, Paul Chase, David Dasher and Louise Sui, attended the annual ALMR Christmas Lunch at Old Billingsgate last week to help the leading industry body celebrate its 16th year and, raise a significant amount of money for the organisation and find out the winners of the highly sought after ALMR Operations Manager Awards.

Donny McIntrye of Spirit Pub Company named Area Manager of the Year and Heike Funke of Punch Taverns won Business Development Manager of the Year. Rob Summers, another Punch Taverns BDM, was narrowly beaten by his colleague but was recognised with a Highly Commended Award from the judging team. Benjamin Smith of Charles Wells Pub Co won the Rising Star award.

Nick Bish, Chief Executive ALMR and Chair of the Awards Judging panel commented:

“The ALMR Operation Managers Awards celebrate the men and women who apply innovative thinking and tireless enthusiasm to grow their businesses and inspire and motivate their teams in a very tough operating climate. The standard of the class of 2012 was exceptionally high and this is demonstrated by the fact that a Highly Commended award was given to Rob, the first time in the Awards history we have done this.”

The event was a huge success and raised an incredible £18,707 for the Licensed Trade Charity. CPL would like to congratulate ALMR on a truly excellent Christmas Lunch and wished them even greater success in 2013.