CELEBRATE THE PGA IN STYLE

CELEBRATE THE PGA IN STYLE

THE Gold Coast Central Chamber of Commerce (GCCCC) is offering the business community front row seats to the PGA to witness some of the world’s best player’s tee off for the prestigious Kirkwood Cup.

A joint initiative with Business News Australia, the ‘Champions of Business’ marquee will give attendees all day access to the tournament, entertainment, delectable cuisine and a three-hour drink package.

The day promises a stellar line up of Australian and International players all aspiring to take the title from Adam Scott and provides the perfect opportunity to celebrate the end of a successful year with clients and staff.

GCCCC President Peter Yared says the day is a great opportunity to network and rub shoulders with fellow business owners in the Gold Coast community.

“Not only do you get to watch Adam Scott defend his title but you get to network with other business leaders in the community,” says Yared.

“This is a great ‘staff Christmas party’ idea – rally your team together and enjoy a day of golf, food and entertainment.”

Attendance in the Champions of Business marquee is $150 per person. To book, call 07 5575 7400 or email [email protected]

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