By Annette Shailer

The ILG Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday (October 7) with a full presentation of the new ‘Little Bottler’ branding, awards and a $40,000 cheque presented to Westmead Children’s Hospital.

ILG executive chairman, Bob Bourne, presented the cheque to Westmead representatives Catherine Carmo and Gillian Paxton, with the funds raised during the recent ILG European Study Tour.

“Thank you for your generous donation. This money will go toward monitors for transferring critically ill babies and on behalf of them I want to say thank you,” Carmo said.  

ILG director, Steven Clark, and Bourne presented the new ‘Little Bottler’ branding and answered member’s questions about the changes.

“It is key to our success that we operate under one banner,” Clark said. “We are offering an impressive trade agreement to those that sign up with a freight-free and finance-free deal on orders 64 cases or more.”

The awards for excellence were also announced with best liquorstore won by Kenthurst Cellars and hotel of the year going to Warners At The Bay. Club of the year was awarded to Campbelltown Catholic Club, best supplier – wines went to Pernod Ricard Australia and supplier of the year was taken out by Independent Distillers.

The Shout Team

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