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Posted 17 May '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – St George Banking

APA (NSW) Member Update

St George Banking

Thursday 18 May 2017

Dear Member,

APA (NSW) is always focused on assisting our members in any way possible. We have therefore partnered up with St George Bank to provide you with a number of banking benefits. 

St George Bank is offering the following to APA (NSW) members:

We have already received some great feedback from members who have taken advantage of the St George Bank offer. As a result, these members have been able to put more money back in their pockets every month! 

If you are interested in taking up the offer, please contact Mehdi Amirilayeghi (0466 364 573) or Andrew O’Brien (0435 962 289) who are part of the dedicated St George Bank team for APA (NSW) members.
 
We are also in the process of securing other great deals and offers for our members so keep a look out for them in due course. 
 
Regards,
 

APA (NSW) Executive 

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