Find out what the Federal Government is doing and planning to do to help Gold Coast businesses survive the current health and economic crisis and its plans for the region's economic recovery in the future.
Join us on Thursday, September 24 from 11:00am to 12:00pm, for our Zoom Webinar with Federal Member for Moncrieff, Angie Bell MP.
Angie Bell is an Australian politician who has been a member of the House of Representatives since the 2019 federal election, representing the Division of Moncrieff in Queensland. She is a member of the Liberal National Party of Queensland and sits with the Liberal Party in federal parliament.
Free for members to participate.
Angie Bell MP
Federal Member for Moncrieff
Angie Bell is a marketing professional, author, and small business woman. As a proud Gold Coaster, Angie will fight to make the community an even better place for local families to live and work.
Coming from three generations of factory workers, Angie knows the importance of hard work and opportunity. Throughout her career, she has worked with many small businesses to help them grow and create jobs.
Angie has also been active within the LNP and has served as the President of LNP Women.
Passionate about the Gold Coast and its future, Angie will support and see through to completion the projects that are underway to make getting around the Coast easier, including extending the light rail and fixing the M1.
With the high number of retirees on the Coast, Angie is committed to stopping Bill Shorten's retiree tax because of the devastating effect it will have on the local community.
Angie believes in supporting people who are having a go and trying to get ahead and is opposed to Labor punishing retirees, small businesses and hard working families.
Angie wants to be part of a government that will keep our economy strong, protect our unique lifestyle, and guarantee quality services and infrastructure for our growing community.
Register now to be given access to the webinar link!
|Thursday 24th September 2020|
|Phone Enquiries:||07 5578 7184|
|Email Enquiries: ||firstname.lastname@example.org|