TBA CEO MEDIA RELEASE

By Tenpin Bowling Australia
October 30, 2020

Cara Honeychurch has announced she will be resigning from Tenpin Bowling Australia. Cara submitted her resignation earlier this week and has provided her support in assisting with a smooth transition out of the business. 

“After 10 years at TBA as CEO the time is right for me and I am very comfortable that this is the right time for our sport,” Cara said earlier this week.

“Cara has been a wonderful CEO and will be greatly missed. Her dedication and influence on the sport in this country has been truly incredible” TBA Chair Jerome Joseph noted. “Our task now is to build on these foundations to extend and grow the sport in Australia”.

During Cara’s tenure the sport and sector has adapted to the many challenges and opportunities within the sport and entertainment sectors whilst establishing strong fundamentals for the next executive team. In the last 12 months TBA has reorganised at the board and executive levels with a refreshed strategy and streamlined approach with our member associations.

“We will be reaching out to our key stakeholders over the next fortnight” Jerome said, to talk through TBA’s plan to grow the sport.

An immediate search has commenced for our next CEO.

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