WELCOME ABOARD: Harbour club founders at C.ex Coffs from left John Rafferty, Duncan Marchant, Chris Worboys, Clive Greenaway, Martin Wells, Shona Hunter, Michelle Worboys, David Box, Melanie Zander and Lorenz Beckett.
WELCOME ABOARD: Harbour club founders at C.ex Coffs from left John Rafferty, Duncan Marchant, Chris Worboys, Clive Greenaway, Martin Wells, Shona Hunter, Michelle Worboys, David Box, Melanie Zander and Lorenz Beckett. Trevor Veale

Harbour Club to focus on bringing in high level VIP guests

THE Coffs Coast Advocate along with official venue partner C.ex Coffs and a host of leading corporate entities have launched the all new Harbour Club, which will come into effect from July 1.

Presenting a unique opportunity for local businesses to join together as a group, the Harbour Club will focus on bringing high level VIP guests to the region, along with providing a platform for Coffs Harbour businesses to access a full year of marketing, networking and entertainment, all in one weekly subscription.

Coffs Coast Advocate general manager David Box said he was excited about the unique nature of the program

"Joining The Harbour Club as a foundation member gives local business owners the opportunity of being included in a new era of marketing, corporate entertainment and community support," Mr Box said.

"The amount of exposure and support The Harbour Club will generate will be used to not only strengthen the profile of our members, but also help build and enrich their brand image locally, particularly through their print advertising allocations.

"The prime peer networking opportunities will be our key events, which will cement their place as not only the most highly attended business events in the region, but as a fun, social, networking environment.

"These signature events are included in the membership fee"

C.ex Group CEO John Rafferty said he was immediately attracted to community engagement ethos of the Harbour Club concept.

"We are very proud to be the presenting venue for the next two years and with a goal of returning $20,000 annually to local community, charity and not-for-profit groups, we applaud the introduction of the Harbour Club to our area," Mr Rafferty said.

"It is also pleasing to see the local Chamber's coming on board as official ambassadors for the program.

"It's exciting times"

Fitness industry megastar Michelle Bridges, INXS legend Kirk Pengilly, triple Melbourne Cup winning jockey Glen Boss and ex-Navy Clearance Diver, shark expert and motivational speaker, Paul de Gelder are among the VIP guests booked in for 2016/17.
Fitness industry megastar Michelle Bridges, INXS legend Kirk Pengilly, triple Melbourne Cup winning jockey Glen Boss and ex-Navy Clearance Diver, shark expert and motivational speaker, Paul de Gelder are among the VIP guests booked in for 2016/17.

Over the next four weeks, we will be profiling the special VIP guests coming to the Harbour Club across 2016-17 including fitness industry megastar Michelle Bridges, INXS legend Kirk Pengilly, triple Melbourne Cup winning jockey Glen Boss and ex-Navy Clearance Diver, shark expert and motivational speaker, Paul de Gelder.

Information sessions regarding membership opportunities are being held at the Coffs Coast Advocate office at 8am, 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm and 5:30pm every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for the next several weeks.

Alternatively, one of our multimedia account managers can visit you in your office to discuss the opportunities. With memberships starting at $49 per week (ex GST), there is a membership to suit every business.

To book an information session or a time for us to see you, contact David Box on 6650 2933 or by email.



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