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Connections were made at Etihad

27 Sep 2011

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Eighty Docklanders enjoyed some quality networking at the Docklands News Networking Lunch at Etihad Stadium on September 16.

Held at the Medallion Club Lounge, diners were entertained by former AFL player Rohan Smith and cricket coach Simon Helmot.  Mr Helmot coaches the newly-formed Melbourne Renegades team which is based at Etihad and is soon to compete in the Big Bash League.

The next lunch will be held in the sumptuous upstairs functions lounge at Bob’s Steak and Chop House in Bourke St, Batman’s Hill on Friday, December 9.  The number of diners will be restricted to 50, so book early to avoid disappointment.

The lunch costs $60 and is held quarterly to help connect Docklands businesses.  Email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or ring 8689 7979 to book.

The lunch will start at noon, for 12.30 and the menu will be:

Entree: Chop House Salad – Cucumber, grape tomato, spanish onion, bacon and hearts of palm, tossed with house salad mix and served with Bob’s vinaigrette

Main: Hopkins River pasture fed filet mignon (eye fillet) 200g; OR Fish of the day.

Dessert: Chocolate Cake

Beverages: Red and white wine, tap beer and soft drinks.

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