Weekly Wrap 11th September – 17th September

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Make it simple. Make it memorable. Make it inviting to look at. Make it fun to read. – Leo Burnett

It’s hard to believe we are now officially in the final quarter of 2017 and, despite the speed at which the year is going, our team is continuing to produce incredible results for their clients.  Below is a snapshot of last week’s success in our weekly wrap up –

Choice, Passion, Life

Last week our client Choice Passion Life (CPL) celebrated National Disability Action Week 2017 which focuses on empowering people with disabilities and improving access and inclusion throughout the community. Our dedicated CPL team secured some fantastic coverage throughout the national awareness week, as well as this great piece in The Toowoomba Chronicle ahead of the annual Teapot Extravaganza, read it here.

Revved up for Supercars!

Things are heating up for this year’s Vodafone Gold Coast 600 event, which is set to take over Surfers Paradise from October 20 – 22 this year! The account team working on this have already shown their value, smashing out the Ipswich Supersprint event in July this year and assisting in a 10 per cent increase in attendance, and the Gold Coast event is set to be a continuation of this success! Take a look at 9 News Gold Coast’s inside scoop to preparations of the event, which are currently underway in the GC – here!

Talk about luxury!

Owner of Spicers Retreats, Jude Turner was a part of a stellar panel of hospitality and tourism experts who talked to Traveller.com.au last week about the meaning of true luxury  and what the future of  travel in this space looks like. The fantastic feature, written by Ute Junker, was syndicated a staggering 100 times across the Fairfax network and can be read here. A HUGE congrats to our Account Director, Lauren, for securing this one!

Aussie Survivor

Last week, Australian Survivor contestant Tara Pitt opened up about her Dad’s battle with post-service PTSD. Tara said that following her Dad’s passing she found Mates4Mates, our client and an organisation that supports injured and ill Australian Defence Force personnel. In Tara’s interview she discussed her father’s 20 year tenure in the Army and the mental health challenges he faced after her served. Click here to read the article.