Join 7-times World Champion surfer Layne Beachley and Life's a Gym founder and director Nikki Fogden-Moore for the third Ruby lunch, all about inspiring, educating and connecting Australian women.
The lunch, presented by Westpac Bank at Noosa Junction and Noosa Heads, is at Berardo's Restaurant & Bar, Hastings Street, Noosa Heads on Friday November 25, from noon to 3pm.
As the only Australian bank with a unit exclusively dedicated to supporting women, Westpac’s Ruby team aims to provide women with education, information and networking opportunities.
Layne Beachley is passionate about sharing her experiences to inspire and motivate others. She has committed herself to making it easier for young women to achieve their goals in their chosen fields, setting up her charity Aim for the Stars Foundation which supports young women who ‘Dare to Dream’.
Nikki Fogden-Moore combines a background in sports and nutrition with a degree in marketing that has taken her to all parts of the world. She has settled in Noosa where she holds luxury fitness vacations – the Bodibreak and has established her Corporate Vitality program. Her drive is to empower clients with knowledge and inspiration to reach and maintain their personal best through healthy food and exercise they enjoy.
Tickets to the Ruby event cost $70 per person for 2 courses, champagne on arrival and a glass of wine with lunch. $5 from every ticket goes to Aim for the Stars and Canteen.
Tickets are available from the Noosa Junction and Hastings Street Westpac branches or phone Brooke on 07 5440 8833 or Jenny on 07 5473 6729. RSVP by November 23.
Ruby Event – Inspiring Women
Friday 25th November, 2011
berardo's restaurant & bar
Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
phone 07 5440 8833
07 5473 6729
berardo's restaurant & bar, Noosa Heads
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