2016 WALGA Expo

Sep 25, 2016 -- Posted by : Merger

Merger Contracting and J&M Asphalt recently joined forces and attended the 2016 WALGA Annual Expo.

The 2016 WA Local Government Convention was a great success, with more than 650 delegates and 250 Local Government Officers attending.

Merger Contracting along with J&M Asphalt made up a record number of 118 exhibitors for the WALGA organisers.

It was clear however that the boys had managed to bring in the most exciting piece of equipment out of all the whole exhibition – Scott Chatwin’s Sprintcar.

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The car certainly drew a crowd and we think that the delegates appreciated getting up close to a piece of machinery that didn’t have anything to do with their usual jobs.

The team at Merger and J&M Asphalt enjoyed getting to speak to conference delegates and hearing some of the issues that they faced in their regions.

Congratulations to the two winners of our stall prize – Family Passes to a Night at the Speedway.

The City of Mandurah and The City of Cambridge

We trust that the recipients of these family passes will enjoy their night at the Speedway.

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