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August 09 Edition Cover

Special network lunch in June

30 Apr 2010

Next month’s Docklands News Networking Lunch is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the fabulous new facility at South Wharf.

The lunch is on Friday, June 18 and costs $60.  We’ve booked for 60, so the first to book with Alison Kinkade ((JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) will experience this wonderful opportunity.

It will be the fourth of our quarterly networking lunches and numbers continue to grow each time. Businesses benefit by making and renewing relationships with other Docklands business people.  The format is informal with plenty of time for quality networking.

There is no speaker booked for the event but, if we decide to present one, the subject will be of genuine interest to Docklands and take no more than five minutes.

Guests should arrive at 12 noon for a 12.30 start.  The tour of the facility won’t start until 2pm and will take 30 minutes – so make sure you block out plenty of time in your diary.

The lunch menu is:

Entrée: Smoked Willameena farm rainbow trout with kipfler potatoes, avocado and horseradish cream.

Main course: Char grilled Victorian Black Angus sirloin with dauphinoise potatoes, roasted vegetables and cafe de Paris butter.  (A vegetarian option is also available.  You will need to let us know when you make your booking.)

Dessert: Espresso panna cotta with hazelnut and chocolate donuts.

Beverages: Red and white wine, light and standard beers, soft drinks, juices, freshly brewed coffee, herbal infused teas and home made chocolates.

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