Hurley rocks on

Written on the 12 May 2009

 

THE Beenleigh Yatala Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast featuring guest speaker Peter Hurley, general manager Qld Adbri Masonry. As one of the cornerstones of the business community, Stapylton based Adbri Masonry has manufactured facilities in all Australian states.
The company generates a massive $75 million per year in sales, this wholly owned subsidiary of Adelaide Brighton Ltd is a top 200 ASX listed public company. Their product range is marketed via a network of resellers, company sales outlets and representatives.
Hurley will present ‘who says rocks are boring?’ at the breakfast on May 15, starting at 6:45am. More info at: bycc@bigpond.net.au.

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