NANA CEO retires

Source: NewsCorp

Source: NewsCorp

The Newsagents Association NSW and ACT (NANA) has announced that CEO, Andrew Packham is retiring, effective May 8.

Packham notified the board earlier this month of his retirement, following 10 years of service, due to upcoming major spinal surgery.

The NANA board thanks Packham for his service, highlighting his drive to bring NANA and the ANF closer together, which resulted in an Alliance signed in 2011.

Packham worked on the expiry of the Lotteries Moratorium this year, was involved in 2010 in both the Moratorium negotiations and also as the NANA Lead in a bid consortium for NSW Lotteries.

The NANA Board wishes Packham the very best for his impending surgery with a speedy recovery.

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