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Local Business Event Promises Stellar Lineup

Local Business Event Promises Stellar Lineup

Tickets are now on sale for Success is a Choice, an event presented by Business Breakfast Club (BBC) designed to support, motivate and inspire local business people.

The inaugural event will feature internationally acclaimed inspirational speaker, Tony Christiansen, a world class athlete and successful businessman who lost both of his legs as the result of a train accident in his childhood.

Event spokesperson, Wayne Densem, says there are several different ticketing options for people to select from.

“With three different ticketing options available there is something to suit everyone including the opportunity for those who are interested to have breakfast with Business Breakfast Club members before the event,” says Wayne.

“We are delighted to have Tony as our keynote speaker and we encourage those who are interested to secure their tickets.”

The lineup of speakers will also include Naomi Ballantyne, the director of two high profile life insurance companies, and local business experts Suzi McAlpine, Tony Bowater, Paul ‘Ernie’ Bryant and Dennis Christian.

Success is a Choice is sponsored by Newstalk ZB NelsonNicki Malcom New Zealand Home Loans Nelson BaysChapman Employment RelationsHamish Fletcher LawyersJohnston Associates South Chartered Accountants, and 623 Cafe Bar Restaurant Nelson.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust.

For ticket bookings go to: www.bbcsuccess.eventbrite.co.nz


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