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All aboard for the next lunch

01 Feb 2011

Docklands News Networking Lunch guests will be taking to the water on March 4 with the next lunch being held on the ex-Sydney ferry Lady Cutler.

Docklands’ stakeholders are invited to jump on board the beautiful boat on from midday for a relaxing afternoon of networking and cruising around the harbour.

The lunch will follow the same format with three courses and drinks provided for $60, but with the bonus of being on the water.

Attendees are encourage to arrive at Central Pier at 12pm with the boat departing at 12.30pm and arriving back at 2.45pm.

Currently there is no speaker booked, but if we choose to present one, the speech will go for no more than five minutes and will be of genuine interest to attendees – which leaves more valuable time for networking.

The networking lunch is organised quarterly to help develop and renew relationships within the Docklands business community.

This will be our seventh lunch with our numbers continuing to grow.

As numbers are limited, we encourage you to book early with Alison Kinkade on 8689 7979 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The lunch menu is:

Entrée:  Seafood appetizer.

Main course: There will be a choice of porterhouse steak or chicken breast.

Dessert: There will be a choice of desserts.

Beverages: Red and white wine, champagne, tap beer, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea.

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