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ETC Business Leaders to break bread with surf champ Beachely

Seven-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley is coming to the Coffs Coast for November's ETC Business Leaders luncheon.
Seven-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley is coming to the Coffs Coast for November's ETC Business Leaders luncheon.

SPENDING time with Layne Beachley sounds like the perfect way to relax on a spring afternoon.

The most successful female surfer in history will be guest of honour at the ETC Business Leaders lunch at Novotel Pacific Bay Resort on November 19.

Beachley was world champion on seven occasions - the only male or female to win six consecutively - and is regarded as the benchmark in the sport.

In retirement, she serves on numerous sporting and charity boards and is one of Australia's most in-demand celebrity speakers.

The two-hour luncheon begins at noon and cost is $55.

To book, visit etcltd.com.au or call 6648 5400.

Topics:  novotel pacific bay resort



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