CAMS state manager resigns
- 22nd September 2006, 11:14am
CAMS’ Victorian State Manager, Garry Grant, has resigned his position and will leave the Confederation on October 13.
Grant, who joined CAMS in December 2001 and replaced previous State Manager, Andy Clarke, has been extremely active in his position and is well respected by everyone in the organization.
A resident of Geelong, Grant has been one of the driving forces of the famous Geelong Speed Trials since 1978 and which are held annually on the Geelong foreshore. He has been involved with a number of community based organizations and has overseen projects such as the CAMS Junior Development program which has targeted young pre-licence age drivers.
One aspect of his time as State Manager of CAMS has been his on-going quest to allow rallying to once more take place in softwood forests under the jurisdiction of the Hancocks organisation. Having put so much time an effort into endeavouring to make this happen, he intends to be a part of future negotiations after his tenure with CAMS finishes, and feels confident that real progress is being made on this issue.
Garry Grant has no immediate plans for an ongoing professional career and intends to take a well-earned break. RallySport Magazine wishes him well in his retirement.
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