Posidonia Open Day: Thursday 7th June 12:00 - 18:00
We are looking forward to seeing you at our Posidonia Open Day on the 7th June. Our open day commences at 12:00 with an Orthodox blessing of our newly refurbished office and runs on throughout the afternoon. Feel free to drop in at any time during the day and you will be assured of a warm welcome from our local office staff, Board Directors and other Thomas Miller staff who will be on hand.
At the last Posidonia over 500 people dropped by and enjoyed the views and sunshine on our balcony overlooking the harbour and the cruise terminal. Collectively, we ate our way through just shy of 2,000 sushi pieces and 2,000 duck rolls all produced on site by chefs "borrowed" from the Ledra Marriott's Kona Kai restaurant. Needless to say we have them booked again this year!
Several UK P&I and UK Defence Club Directors and many of those clubs' shipowner principals will be there to see the new look office. It now includes a larger state-of-the-art seminar room and improved meeting facilities. We have also allowed scope for additional personnel in the layout and thoroughly upgraded the IT network, electrical and other systems. Looking forward, our Greek base is in great shape.
Hugo-Wynn Williams - chief executive officer, Daniel Evans - Greek regional director and Rod Lingard Greek syndicate manager look forward to meeting you at this excellent opportunity to mix socially with the staff of Thomas Miller, UK Club Members and our industry friends.
UK Club Open day 2012 (175 KB)
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