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General Manager of White Bay 6 Marine Park moves on

by Andrew Hawkins 11 Jan 15:49 UTC

Jeremy Rose, General Manager of White Bay 6 Marine Park, has announced his departure as he heads to the USA for business and personal reasons.

White Bay 6 Marine Park, home of Sydney Harbour Boat Storage, has proven to be one of the marine industry's strongest performers over the last few years with acknowledgement coming in the form of awards and testimonials from both those in the industry and from consumers.

Winning the 2017-2018 MIA Marina of the Year Award and being announced finalist in the Dry Stack Storage Facility and Marina Employee Awards has cemented the reputation of the business as a market leader in the provision of maintenance and storage services.

General Manager Jeremy Rose and fiancé Anne Gravely, who is the Compliance and HR Officer for White Bay 6, have decided it is time to move to the USA where Anne has family. Offers of senior positions within the burgeoning overseas market have made the decision easier.

"Both Anne and I were given an amazing opportunity here at White Bay 6, one that we are extremely appreciative of. We have been very fortunate to not only have the trust and unwavering backing of our directors and staff but very importantly the perpetual support of our valued customers." said Rose.

Rose feels that the culture and the relationships he has experienced in his time at White Bay 6 Marine Park will be also be invaluable as he continues his career. He went onto say that "There is a very capable and approachable management team in place to drive the business into the future, and Anne and I wish them the best of success."

Baileys Group, owners of White Bay 6 Marine Park / Sydney Harbour Boat Storage, wish both Jeremy and Anne the very best and will continue to support their customers with Lorraine Yates as Business Manager and Andrew Cruikshank as Marine Service Manager.

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