Maritime Industry Ball Event Partners Announced
The Maritime Industry Ball in support of Leeuwin Ocean Adventure will be held on Saturday 30 June and is set to be a celebration of the strong partnership between Leeuwin and the maritime industry.
TAMS Group, BGC Asphalt and KEE Group have been announced as the three Event Partners who will support the upcoming event.
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure CEO Carol Shannon explains the importance of the Maritime Industry Ball.
“The Maritime Industry Ball is about building opportunities for the future. STS Leeuwin II is a unique community asset, with unique voyage programs building capacity in young people to be the best they can be,” said Ms Shannon.
“We would like to thank TAMS Group, BGC Asphalt and KEE Group for being our first corporate partners to jump on board and support this special event. With help and support from The Esplanade Hotel and Worldwide Printing.”
As a much valued and long standing supporter of Leeuwin Ocean Adventure, TAMS Group CFO Lee Bartlett comments on the partnership.
“TAMS is linked to the Leeuwin in many ways, sharing not only our home port of Fremantle but a connection to the Marine Industry in everything we do. As with any business, continued success relies on ensuring our youth are educated, developed and gain exposure to the marine industry,” said Lee.
“Leeuwin Ocean Adventure does exactly that, by providing our youth with the hands on experience, training and ultimately a passion that will hopefully navigate them to a career working on or around the water”.
“The team at TAMS are both excited and proud to be part of the Inaugural Maritime Industry Ball in support of Leeuwin and we look forward to seeing all the generosity that the night will bring and hearing the excellent stories that it will be able to achieve”.
The evening will be hosted by TV presenter and sports commentator Mr Tim Gossage, with entertainment from magician James Diamond, auction by Tiny Holly and live music by The Amplifiers.
Leeuwin Ocean Adventure is an award winning provider of personal development and leadership programs that provide key life skills for young people aged 14-25 that they will take into their studies, careers and community.
Since 1986, the Leeuwin has provided exciting and life-changing programs to more than 40,000 young people across Australia.