High profile Andrew Demetriou will be joining the business leaders of Macarthur as guest speaker at the final MACROC CEO Breakfast Forum of 2010, to be held on Thursday 9 December at the Campbelltown Catholic Club.

The forum is the last of a series of breakfast events hosted by MACROC this year, with organisers expecting a record crowd.

Andrew Demetriou, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Football League, is known as a straight talker, recognised for his negotiation skills and for his decisiveness on policy issues. During his time with the Australian Football League Andrew has built up the League’s reputation as a force for cultural and social change, championing racial equality, cancer awareness and respect for women. He has also been active in the area of player welfare.

Newly elected MACROC President Cr Benn Banasik encouraged local business owners to attend the event.

“The MACROC Breakfast Forums are designed as networking events for business enterprises of all sizes,” Cr Banasik said.

“I would encourage you all to come along on the morning of 9 December to meet with other business owners, enjoy breakfast, and hear Andrew talk about the latest chapter in his long and successful career. I look forward to meeting you there.”

Admission is $44 (incl. GST) per person and registration can be made by calling MACROC on 4645 4937 or by completing the registration form that can be downloaded from www.macroc.nsw.gov.au.

This MACROC CEO Breakfast is sponsored by: Insurics (formerly SGP Insurance Brokers), Campbelltown Chamber of Commerce and Aussie Campbelltown.

Media Contact:

Cr Benn Banasik
MACROC President
Mobile: 0434 832 636

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