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08 October 2013 Posted by 

Win tickets to Melbourne Cup lunch at Waterview

IT can be a long afternoon while you’re waiting for the race that stops a national, but not at WatervieW in Bicentennial Park! This is a venue that knows how to entertain.
Guests will be dancing in their seats this year as Melbourne Cup has a Motown feel.
 
Boys in the Band will sing and dance their way through some of the best music of the 20th Century – including hits from The Jackson 5, Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons and the Backstreet Boys.
 
It wouldn’t be Melbourne Cup without the fashion, so there is a parade of new season’s fashions courtesy of Myer and hosted by celebrity fashion stylist, Caitlin Stewart. There will also be Myer Best Dressed Fashion Awards for both men and women.
 
Of course there will be big race betting opportunities, sweeps, raffles, taxis on call and a magnificent, fine-dining 3 course lunch that includes beer, wine and sparkling.
 
Melbourne Cup Day registrations begin at 11.30 am with business networking and drinks overlooking the enchanting parklands that surrounding the venue.
 
WSBA has five double tickets to give away to the Melbourne Cup lunch at WatervieW in Bicentennial Park. These are valued at $130, or $260 per couple.
 
To win a double pass simply send us an email describing in 25 words or less why you deserve to win. The best five entries as judged by the WSBA team wins. Send entries to info@wsba.com.au. Mention Melbourne Cup in the subject line.
 
CONDITIONS: Judge’s decisions are final. Entries must in by Friday, October 25 COB.

 



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