GC Sports Business Taskforce

AFL legend ‘Lethal’ Leigh Matthews (pictured) will be the special guest speaker at the Gold Coast Sports Business Taskforce luncheon. The taskforce is a not-for-profit organisation that gives local business and sporting communities opportunities to network with industry leaders from across the region. All money raised from the June luncheon will support the Mater Prostate Cancer Research Centre and the Mater Foundation.

Leigh Matthews will share the stage with GCFC coach Guy McKenna and chief operating officer Scott Munn to discuss the business of sport and the future of AFL in our region.

The luncheon will take place at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on Wednesday 17 June from 12:00 noon. More info at: www.gccec.com.au.

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