Bendigo’s support keeps Pomona Bowls Club rolling

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(l-r) Geoff Edwards, Darryl Edmonds and Simone Flavelle from Pomona Community Bank branch joined Judy Muir and Marie Robertson at the club last week

If you have a love for lawn bowls or maybe a really great meal, then make sure you visit Pomona Bowls Club.

The greens are about as well regarded as the skills of new chef, Kris Abdy. His menus for lunch and dinner will be sure to attract patrons from far and wide.

Pomona Bowls Club has around 80 bowling members and 200 social members, and has been in operation since 1948. It’s a club that is well known for its friendly atmosphere and welcomes both young and old to a sport that grows in popularity each year.

One thing the club prides itself on is its connection with the Pomona community. So, it only seems natural that the club’s long-term sponsor is the Pomona Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank. After all, it was Pomona residents that decided they wanted their own bank and the community made it happen, opening in April 2015.

Since then, more and more locals have learned the value of good, old fashioned service and have seen the change their banking can make.

Club treasurer, Judy Muir met with managers, Simone Flavelle, Darryl Edmonds and Geoff Edwards at the club last week and thanked him for the partnership between the two organisations.

“We’re a club very rich in tradition and passionate about our bowls. We greatly appreciate the support of Bendigo Bank and we’re excited to be sponsored by a bank that is continually giving back to its community.

“We’re enjoying our business relationship with Bendigo Bank, too. We know we’re lucky to have our own banking services in Pomona when so many others are continuing to close down all over the country in towns like ours. They’ve stuck by us, so we’re sticking by them,” Judy said.

For Simone Flavelle, this year’s sponsorship is the latest step in a great relationship.

“We’re continuing to support the community and businesses that support us. As our Pomona branch continues to strengthen, we want to remind locals that the more they bank with us, the more we give back.

“In addition to our support of Pomona Bowls Club, we’re proud to support Pomona’s upcoming Centennial Remembrance Day ceremony and are major sponsors of the Pomona King of the Mountain Festival, Noosa Country Show, Pomona State School and more,” Simone said.

If you would like any further information about playing or dining at Pomona Bowls Club, call 5485 1202. If you’d like to speak with Simone or any of the team at Pomona Community Bank branch, call 5485 1786.

 
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