There was an excellent opportunity to network and socialise on Thursday night as the Peel Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted their Business After Hours event.
The meeting was held at the Peel Tyre Services premises on Thornborough Road in Mandurah, with a solid turn-out for the event.
The Mandurah business celebrated their 21st birthday and Motor Association of WA chief executive Stephen Moir officially opened the store’s Australia-first tyre museum.
Owner Robyn Cook has also become the first woman appointed to the board of MTA WA.
A raffle was held to raise money for Cancer Council WA, making over $440 for the charity.
Peel Chamber CCI general manager Andrew McKerrell said there were over 100 people in attendance and it was an ideal opportunity for local businesses to explore collaboration opportunities.