Banchory Business Association’s March meeting saw a good turnout of members at the Tor-Na-Coille Hotel last week.
After committee business was discussed, the association welcomed PC Kevin Maron , who gave a very informative talk, based around the business industry, on retail security, credit card fraud, crime trends in the area and property security and E-Crime. This was followed by a question and answer session with members.
BBA also welcomed three new members - Alex Innes of Deevine, Moira Gash of Classic Abode and Harris Sangster & Greg Lees of Sangster & Lees Joinery Contractors.
The BBA is keen to recruit new members from the trades area, and is currently trying a new marketing exercise to sign up members from the Banchory area.
Member numbers are at their highest for many years, and a full programme of events planned for 2015.
Anyone wishing to join can contact Paul Panchuad at : Athollatbanchory@aol.com, Angela at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Logan at: Deesidephoto@aol.com.