NSW Blues coach Laurie Daley, team manager Andrew Farrar and FOG Steve 'Blocker' Roach will be the guests of honour at the upcoming Coffs Harbour Chamber of Commerce State Of Origin Blues Legends Lunch.
NSW Blues coach Laurie Daley, team manager Andrew Farrar and FOG Steve 'Blocker' Roach will be the guests of honour at the upcoming Coffs Harbour Chamber of Commerce State Of Origin Blues Legends Lunch.

Your chance to have lunch with NSW Blues legends

COFFS Harbour's own NSW Blues are headed to a deciding State Of Origin clash and you can get the lowdown on all that is happening within the camp only days before kickoff.

The Coffs Harbour Chamber of Commerce is hosting a State Of Origin Blues Legends Lunch and you're invited.

To be held at Novotel Pacific Bay Resort on Friday, July 3, the guests of honour at the lunch will be NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley, team manager and former Origin player Andrew Farrar and the ever-popular big rogue Steve 'Blocker' Roach.

The MC for the event will be Channel Nine sports presenter Tim Gilbert who will be conducting one-on-one interviews with the Legends Panel where they'll be discussing not only this year's series, that hopefully will see the Blues retain the State Of Origin trophy, but also their past Origin experiences.

Tickets for the lunch from noon are $55 per person.

The Blues Legends Lunch is not only your chance to increase your local business networks but also offers the opportunity to rub shoulders with some Origin greats and show your support for the Blues ahead of the series deciding clash at Suncorp Stadium.

STATE OF ORIGIN BLUES LEGENDS LUNCH
When: Friday, July 3, from noon to 2pm.
Where: At Novotel Pacific Bay Resort.
Tickets: $55 per person.
Information: Contact the Chamber of Commerce office on 6651 4101 or email info@coffs chamber.com.au.



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