John Stenzel, Michael Daniell, and Nick Rodgers.
John Stenzel, Michael Daniell, and Nick Rodgers.

GALLERY: Businesses gather at final mixer for 2019

BUSINESSWOMEN and men raised a glass to the last Business After Hours meet on Wednesday night, hosted by Black Toyota who put on a Christmas-themed event for attendees.

Black Toyota branch manager Nick Rodgers discussed with attendees what Black Toyota had achieved in the last 12 months.

The main message was that the drought wasn’t stopping the business, especially with the launch of a series of new hybrid vehicles, and more to come in the future.

Business After Hours will resume next year. Hosting spots are already filled for the year.


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