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2024 AGM Final update and Itinerary

A fantastic response to date with over 90 members registered for this year’s TRMCC AGM. The event is to be held at The Rutherford Hotel, Saturday 27th April. you still have time to register and book meals, you can do this through the members site. The Rutherford still has rooms, but the attendees special discount rate for the event lapses 12th April. However, The Rutherford will continue to offer a discount for members still to book. Final call for registration… Read More »2024 AGM Final update and Itinerary

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2024 AGM – Booking events

The 2024 TRMCC AGM will run from 26th-28th April 2024. AGM Details All current financial members will receive an email to their registered email address containing details on: How do I register, book meals and pay? Open this INSTRUCTION GUIDE. It will take you through how to register and pay for the AGM and all your meal requirements for yourself and your non member guest. Paying for multiple events using this process is faster and simpler than paying for each… Read More »2024 AGM – Booking events

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The 2024 Annual General Meeting of Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club New Zealand will be held on Saturday 27 April 2024 at 9.30am in the Maitai Room at the Rutherford Hotel, Nelson. The event will run from 26th-28th April 2024. Nominations and remits Nominations for positions on the National Executive and remits for the AGM to consider must be lodged with the National Secretary by 5pm Friday 01 March 2024 by email to [email protected]. using the official forms available below or by requesting… Read More »2024 TRMCC AGM

Expressions of Interest – Regalia Officer and National Shop Manager

Expressions of Interest are asked from full members who may be interested in the vacant positions on the Club’s National Executive as Regalia Officer and Shop Manager. Job descriptions can be supplied on request. There is a requirement under the Club’s constitution that only full members (not associates) can serve on the National Executive.The positions come with full voting rights as a member of the National Executive which is tasked to run the Club on a day-to-day basis and which… Read More »Expressions of Interest – Regalia Officer and National Shop Manager

Auckland Chapter Vice President VOTING

FOR AUCKLAND FINANCIAL MEMBERS ONLY As there have been 2 members nominated for the position of Vice President Auckland, votes can now be made using the online election poll below. CANDIDATE PROFILES Justin Bryce I am a proud Triumph owner and TRMCC member since 2018. I enjoy being part of the Auckland Chapter and meeting other chapters for rides and weekends away.I have enjoyed the social side of Auckland and want to step up to support the chapter to move… Read More »Auckland Chapter Vice President VOTING

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2023 TRMCC AGM Update

The following information relates to the programme for all attendees to the 2023 AGM in New Plymouth on the 17th to the 19th February. NOTE: If you are planning to attend and have not yet registered, registrations and meal orders close on the 10th February. Full details can be found here. Registration and meals can be ordered here through our online shop. Itinerary Please note while we encourage everyone to have an enjoyable and social time:a) Safety at this event… Read More »2023 TRMCC AGM Update

North Island Vice President PROXY VOTING – 2023

FOR NORTH ISLAND FULL MEMBERS ONLY As there have been 2 members nominated for the position of Vice President North Island, and there will be members unable to attend the AGM and vote in person, Proxy votes can be made using the online election poll below. CANDIDATE PROFILES Shane Hurley My current role is North Island Vice President (NIVP). I have held this position since the Wanganui AGM in 2021. In addition to this I am also the current Taranaki… Read More »North Island Vice President PROXY VOTING – 2023

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2023 AGM Voting instructions

Regarding voting procedure  at the forthcoming AGM.  As there will be a vote required for remits and some positions on the National Executive this guideline is provided for the advice of all members. 1. The constitution requires any vote to be conducted by a show of hands at the AGM itself. 2. Votes on remits can only be cast at the AGM itself by those members in attendance. The constitution does not allow proxy votes for remits, the only proxy votes that can be… Read More »2023 AGM Voting instructions