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Tasmanian Christmas Carnivals

 

WCN quicklink >>  New sponsor for UCI Sprint Series  Entry numbers up for 2007   WA coach to bring 15 riders   

                              Irish star confirmed   Public invited to the Carnivals Launch   Japan sends team   

                             Melissa Kay named as Carnivals Ambassador     

 

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Public welcome at Tassie Carnivals Launch Event

Wellers Inn,  Burnie, Tasmania, Monday 12th November 11am

 

Kay, Sulzberger & Lynch to attend launch of the Christmas Carnival Series

The Sports Carnivals Association of Tasmania is excited to announce that Melissa Kay, Wes Sulzberger and Alastair Lynch will be special guests at the launch of the Tasmanian Basslink Christmas Carnival Series.  The Honourable Brenton Best, will officially launch the series to be held on Monday 12 November at 11am at Wellers Inn, in Burnie.

President of SCAT, Grant Atkins is delighted that Kay, Sulzberger and Lynch will be attending the launch.  Melissa is certainly a crowd favourite and it is great to have her on board as Carnival Ambassador.  Wes has had a bumper of a year overseas and in Australia racing and has always been keen to promote the carnival series wherever he travels, so we are very pleased he can attend the launch.  Our newest sponsor Boart Longyear have invited Alastair Lynch as their special guest and he is certainly a staunch supporter of the carnivals and we look forward to a great opening.

 

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