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TMC presentation 20 September at Pegasus Reef Hotel

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President Emeritus, President together with the members of the Board of Management of TMC takes pleasure in inviting professionals in the management grade to witness a presentation on The Management Club followed by refreshments at the Pegasus Reef Hotel, Hendala, Wattala on 20 September. 

The objective of this presentation is to formally invite prospective managers in the Wattala, Ja-Ela, Kandana, Kelaniya and Kiribathgoda areas to join the new TMC Wattala Club. This unique Managers Club known as TMC commenced operations at the premises of the Galle Face Hotel in 2001. Thereafter the Club branched to Mt. Lavinia housing itself firstly at the premises of the Mount Hotel and up to the present, at the Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel. Soon after the Club branched to Negombo with a base at the Camelot Beach Hotel and to Kalutara with a base at the Hibiscus Beach Hotel. 

TMC Kalutara established associate arrangements with the Ran Mal Holiday Resort, Moratuwa. The Club plans to reach to Kandy initial footing placed, Galle and other principal towns in the future. The purpose of establishing these Clubs is to enable professional managers in these towns to network with those in Colombo and vice versa, thus sharing and enriching knowledge and creating a valuable network of professionals all over the island.

Indeed this laudable concept has proved most successful as of date with thriving Clubs at Colombo, Mt. Lavinia, Negombo and Kalutara whose members network well with all clubs as a whole. 

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