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The Pink Butcher Campaign
AMIC AND BREAST CANCER NETWORK AUSTRALIA (BCNA) have joined forces to create the PINK BUTCHER program, a community based initiative that will assist the Independent Local Butcher Network giving back to the community in which they serve.
   
All butchers across Australia were invited to pink up their shops for the month of October to raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). 

It all started when Sam (BCNA Community Liaison) at Seaford Gourmet meats in South Australia turned her shop pink in October. It inspired her fellow butchers to follow her example and The Pink Butcher was founded.
 
Every day, 48 Australians will hear the words 'You have breast cancer.' With your help, BCNA works to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs.

To join The Pink Butcher campaign, complete the registration form and once BCNA receives it they will send you a pink starter pack to help you on your way.
 For any enquiries please contact Marita O'Keefe: 1800 500 258 thepinkbutcher@bcna.org.au
 CLICK HERE to Register
The PINK BUTCHER campaign is an opportunity for you to connect with your customers and consumers and make a difference via your business operations. In 2016, AMIC Members in South Australia started looking at this idea and over 100 stores participated in many activities. Only your imagination can stop you in delivering the PINK BUTCHER program. What you create and how you bring the concept to life will assist our communities in which we operate in

 2017  AMIC Queensland Awards Dinner
This year's AMIC Queensland Annual Awards Dinner was held on October 28th at the Royal International Convention Centre (RICC), Bowen Hills.

Our Industry celebrated excellence in business and recognised success over the past year.

It was a fabulous night of celebrating with many members, industry partners and associates with great food, fine wine and terrific company, not to mention dancing the night way.

Congratulations to all our State Winners!
 
AMIC Qld Retail Council Chairman Dominic Melrose and AMIC Chairman Lachie Hart extended their welcomes to 240 attendees. It is fantastic as an industry we can recognise your journey to success.
Please click here for the Winners 


2017 AMIC Queensland Apprentice of the Year Competition
And the WINNER is: ANTHONY PALMER FIELD of Mt Pleasant Meat Specialists, Mount Pleasant  
CONGRATULATIONS to Anthony who will represent Queensland at the National Competition in Melbourne 10-11th February 2018.

 Thank you to our State Industry Partners

            

 




            
 
       
         
      
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