Procal Dairies were proud to be broadcast partners for the recent Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (HACCI) Awards 2020, held on November 19.


The HACCI Awards celebrated the best and brightest of the Hellenic Australian community, and as a family who is Hellenic Australian ourselves, this is a celebration dear to our heart and one we loved being a part of.


The Awards, which have been running for the past 34 years, were hosted at the Hellenic Museum and streamed virtually online for the first time ever due to the pandemic.


The event was hosted by Mary Coustas and her larger-than-life alter ego, Effie Stephanides. We were entertained with special performances by Greek bands including Gadjo Dilo who performed directly from Athens, Fivos Delivorias, arguably the most significant singer-songwriter of his generation, and the Chris Frangou trio from Melbourne featuring Anthony Schulz and James Davies.


Then, of course, there were a number of awards given to exceptional Hellenic Australians from a broad range of industries including medicine, business, academia, and photography. We at Procal send our congratulations to all those who won or were nominated for a HACCI 2020 award! Well done on a wonderful achievement.


We were very proud that Procal could be involved in the event, celebrating such high achieving Hellenic Australians.

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