The MLAA Victorian Branch Meeting on 24 February 2021 had a fantastic turnout, and was a great reminder of the resilience of the locksmith community in the face of the trials the past year has thrown at us. It was the first Victorian get-together in 12 months.
Thanks to the 80-odd members who came out from as far as Queensland for a drink, some food, a chat, and a story about a long-suffering Frenchman from David Rees.
“The Master Locksmiths community is one of the great strengths of our industry, and it’s important that we continue to look after each other in these challenging times,” said MLAA’s Victorian Director Jason Catlow.
“These events are a great opportunity to catch up with your fellow locksmiths, and the strong number of attendees that enjoyed last night’s hospitality at Platform 28 goes to show that. I encourage all MLAA members to come along to their local Branch Meetings whenever they can.”
“It was a great feeling to see everyone looking well, to shake a few hands and to chat about how we have all been coping with COVID times and to just relax in general and share some camaraderie,” added Life Member David Rees.