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Chamber sends a cheerio

30 Jul 2013

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The Docklands Chamber of Commerce sent a cheerio to Melbourne last month during a tour of local radio station 3AW.

Chamber member 3AW held a networking function on July 16 which included a very close look at radio announcing.

About 40 chamber members crammed into a studio during a live broadcast by sporting experts Gerard Healy and Dwayne Russell.

The pair welcomed the chamber on air and chamber members responded with a collective hello to the listening audience.

The station’s promotions and marketing manager David Mann hosted the visit, which included a frank address by Mr Mann as well as questions from chamber members.

Mr Mann’s advice regarding tactics and techniques to counter negative media perceptions of Docklands was to join talk back sessions whenever the opportunity arose to put the counter argument.

The next Docklands Chamber of Commerce event is a fireworks cruise aboard Mandalay on August 9.  Contact Nandini Bose at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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