Erzurum Ski Club 's Fresh Blood: Erzurum Ski Club, one of the leading clubs in the Turkish ski resort's extraordinary general assembly was held.
As a result of the general assembly, businessman Bülent Ülker was elected to the presidency Genel
The management has changed with the extraordinary general assembly held in Erzurum Ski Club which has been serving Turkish skiing since 1960 and has dozens of trophies in its museum. Bülent Ülker, who was the only candidate for the general assembly of which President Nuri Tüzemen was not a candidate, was elected as the president of the club for the 3 yearbook.
Important businessmen of Erzurum took part in the management of Bülent Ülker, who was elected as the President of the Club at the extraordinary general meeting held at the club's facilities in Palandöken Ski Center. Ülker's board of directors consisted of:
Mesut Demirci, İbrahim Şenpolat, Serdar Kömeç, Nuri Tüzemen, Ceyhun Araz and Özkan Güler.
New Speaker Bulent Country, Erzurum, one of Turkey's most established of celebrating the 54 years and the club to move further up the Ski Club, said they wanted to train athletes to go to the Olympics.
President Ülker said, büyük 54 is a great source of pride for me to be the president of a club established years ago. Me and my teammates will do the best we can to not overwhelm those who trust us. Bize
ÜLKER: OUR FIRST BUSINESS, SAVING OUR BUILDING!
President Ülker stated that the building in Palandöken Ski Center, which belongs to the Erzurum Ski Club, was taken into the “scope of privatization” by the Privatization Administration, and that they would be the first to work as a board of directors.
. There is a serious mistake here. We will try every way we can to correct this mistake. The plot was built on the treasury but on its own. While some places in Palandöken out of the scope, 54 years of Turkish skiing athletes who train a club to the inconvenience of the inclusion of the building of the public will leave the discretion of the public, "he said.
Günceleme: 24/11/2018 13:33