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Vicsport is pleased to announce that we have secured an opportunity for Vicsport Professionals Network Members to meet and hear from a key member of the Asian Cup Organising Committee prior to a game at AAMI Park. Many sports administrators do not get the opportunity to see how sports attract and run major events and this is a chance to do just that. Please be aware that there is a short timeframe associated with this event. If you are interested in attending please RSVP by Friday 9 January.
Ben Cadd, Asian Cup Local Organising Committee Host City Manager - Melbourne, will meet with a maximum of 20 people on Wednesday 14 January 2015 prior to the North Korea v Saudi Arabia match to provide an insight into the event. The presentation will begin at 4pm and attendees will also receive a ticket to attend the match which will be a fantastic networking opportunity.
Date: 4pm Wednesday 14 January. The North Korea v Saudi Arabia game will kick off at 6pm.
Location: AAMI Park
Cost: Free - you must be a Vicsport Professionals Network Member to attend.
RSVP: By Friday 9 January to email@example.com
This is one of a number of opportunities that we will be looking to provide our members in 2015. If you are not yet a member but would like to attend more details are available on our membership page.
This event is being supported by Sport and Recreation Victoria.
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