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Food for Thought Luncheon With Ben Ikin


Fri 16 Sep 2016, 12:00pm–3:00pm

Where: Ipswich Civic Centre, 50 Nicholas Street, Ipswich, Ipswich & West Moreton

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • All inclusive ticket: $95.00
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Presented by Ipswich Civic Centre. Supported by Battery World Ipswich - platinum sponsor of the Ipswich City Luncheon Series.

Featuring former professional rugby league footballer and Foxsports commentator Ben Ikin.

The first of our Food For Thought: Ipswich City Luncheon Series aims to bring together a diverse range of local corporate businesses and people from all facets of the Ipswich community. The luncheons provide the opportunity for attendees to connect and converse in the City’s most up-to-the-moment entertainment destination while providing a platform to bring inspirational, talented and humorous speakers to Ipswich.

Attendees will enjoy pre-luncheon drinks on the terrace followed by a 2-course menu featuring locally sourced fresh produce and accompanied by a beverage package of local wines and beer. The highlight of this first luncheon is a keynote speech by former professional rugby league footballer and Foxsports commentator Ben Ikin.

Ben’s presentations are a mix of sport and business, intertwined with some enriching life experiences (he’d bought, run and sold a hotel by the age of 28). There’s no clichéd rhetoric, just homespun wisdom developed over 10 years of top level sport. Wisdom that’s as applicable to aspiring young athletes as it is to high level corporates and everyone in between.

Don't miss your opportunity for an 'up close and personal' luncheon with Queensland great, Ben Ikin.

All proceeds from the luncheon will go towards the benefit of the local community.