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Rick Lenarcic Resigns From ARN

Rick Lenarcic has resigned from his position as COO Regional at ARN. He announced: “After nearly 30 years in the media, many different and exciting roles, moving/living across this great country, being part of many mergers and acquisitions and too many flights, long road trips, dodgy hotel rooms and meetings, I now need to spend time with my beautiful wife and loving family and start working on my health to get prepared for my next chapter in the book of life.”

He added: “A big thanks to Ciaran and the ARN leadership group. For the record, this was my choice and I truly believe the merging of the two businesses will be a huge success especially with the great management team and the hard-working regional staff across the country.

To Alison Cameron, thanks also for letting me be part of the Grant Broadcasters family business over the last 3+ years, we did have some fun and plenty of challenges.

I will have regrets in leaving the industry but a well-earned break is required and hopefully, other opportunities will become available down the track. Thanks again to everyone that has been part of the journey and my book, keep safe and enjoy life… it’s short.

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  1. That’s a shame – Rick is a top bloke to work with. I wish him all the best for the future.

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