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Annual Raffle Draw of The Management Club 2019

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The Management Club, which was inaugurated in 2002, is the premiere institution facilitating networking and career development among the management fraternity. TMC, an initiative of The Chartered Management Institute UK, inaugurated in February 2002, completes 17 years in existence with four active Clubs in Colombo, Mount Lavinia (Berjaya Beach Hotel), Kalutara (Hibiscus and Ramadia), and Negombo (Camelot Beach) with its CSR arm ‘Enable the Disabled’ (ETD).

TMC Colombo operates out of Galadari Hotel, with a lounge and boardroom and the hotel provides numerous facilities to the overall membership which is in excess of 500.

The Clubs conduct a variety of programs and events each year, for members and guests, such as evening programs with reputed speakers and a monthly evening program where members themselves speak followed by interaction and camaraderie among members and guests. Other events include but not limited to, are management programs, bowling competition, motor rallies, etc. After many years TMC has reintroduced an ‘Annual Raffle’ as one of their important events in the event calendar. The TMC Annual Raffle will be a fund raiser mainly to support the activities of the CSR initiative Enable the Disabled and the Management Development Programs in keeping with the vision of TMC to bring together ‘professional members to meet, greet, interact and network’. 

The TMC Annual Raffle will consist of 15 prizes, which include a return air ticket and attractive gifts from Dankotuwa Porcelain, Softlogics, Celcius and Browns with 10 other consolation prizes. The tickets of the ‘TMC Raffle 2018’ will be available at the TMC secretariat from 12 October and will be open only for private circulation. 

The Raffle Draw will be held at the Annual General Meeting of TMC, to be held on 28 November at Hotel Galadari Colombo. The AGM of TMC is a well-attended forum graced by most of the TMC members who are the top management professionals in the corporate sector with a representation of electronic and print media. This will be a memorable event in the event calendar of TMC where all sponsors will get an excellent opportunity to expose their products and services to an exclusive audience.

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