Deni Ute Muster canned for 2020 – Breakfast
The Deni Ute Muster organisers estimate extra than $1 million is spent employing businesses and contractors to run the event in the Deniliquin people each year and up to $13 million is used with the region by patrons.
So the decision to abolish this year’s event, which had been scheduled for the weekend of September 30, has a mountainous impact on the community
Mayor of the Edward River council, Norm Brennan says he expects the cancellation want affect the finances of a number of local groups, as they use the event to raise coffers to cover their costs.
Deniliquin local Simon Thomas is fervent local fan of the ute muster; it’s been to every one since the event started, and says he is disappointed this year’s event has had to be cancelled, due to Coronavirus concerns.
But he says it’s the good decision, in the light of health concerns.
This article was available by www.abc.net.au with title Covid-19 rolls 2020 Deni Ute Muster .
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