Business community invited to connect with Nambour
  • Thursday 29 May 2014
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Sunshine Coast Council’s Nambour Civic Centre invites business people from across the Coast to experience what Nambour has to offer at the Five-O-Five Club on Friday, June 6 from 5.05 to 8pm. 

The Nambour Civic Centre hosts the Five-O-Five Club networking event on the first Friday of each month. This free monthly event is an opportunity to network with like-minded business people and professionals in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.

The business community will enjoy complimentary canap├ęs, live music from talented local musician Harii Bandhu and will also hear from this month’s special guest speaker, business coach Matt Collins from Smooth Business. Each month, local business group The Nambour Alliance programs a different guest presenter who speaks on a relevant business development topic. 

Paul Moriaty from Nambour Alliance said whether you doidbusiness in Maleny, Maroochydore, Coolum or Caloundra, you would find connections and collaborators in Nambour you never knew existed. 

“We are casting the net wider so we can see who is out there and find out what we can learn from each other,” he said.

Following the event, you might like to stay on and either watch a film in the Arthouse Cinema or enjoy the music of Elvis, Johnny Cash and Jerry-Lee Lewis as renowned Melbourne group Sun Rising - The Songs That Made Memphis take to the stage.

Sun Rising brilliantly relives the amazing music and classic stories of these and other Sun Records artists. Five-O-Five Club guests can purchase tickets to this show at the special discounted price of just $35.   

For more information call Nambour Civic Centre on 5475 7755 or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au

The Nambour Civic Centre is located on the upper level of the Centenary Square complex, located at 52 – 64 Currie Street, Nambour. Parking is available via Mill Street across from the new Coles Supermarket. With the installation of a new lift at Nambour Civic Centre, exciting events such as Five-O-Five Club and Sun Rising - The Songs That Made Memphis are more accessible for all of the community to enjoy.