MEDIA RELEASE - A Behind the Scenes Look at Sydney's Newest Town
MACROC’s third and final CEO Breakfast Forum for 2011 will be held on Thursday 1 December at the Campbelltown Catholic Club.
The guest speakers are father and son Tony and Mark Perich, the entrepreneurial local business leaders, well known to the business community of Macarthur.
Tony and Mark of the Greenfields Development Company will give a behind the scenes look at the latest developments at Oran Park as Greenfields and project partner Landcom work together to create a liveable community.
MACROC President Benn Banasik explains “Oran Park is Sydney’s newest town. The 230 ha site will eventually be home to 25,000 people and the developers are working to make sure it is more than just a collection of houses. Oran Park Town, when fully developed, will include open spaces, playgrounds, sports fields, a shopping centre as well as a civic centre.”
“Oran Park has just been awarded the Urban Development Institute of Australia NSW Marketing Excellence Award. Come and find out why!” says Councillor Banasik.
Councillor Banasik encourages local business owners to attend the morning. “The MACROC Breakfast Forums are designed as networking events for business enterprises of all sizes. I would encourage you all to come along on the morning of Thursday 1 December to meet with other business owners, enjoy breakfast and hear all about this wonderful regional attraction.”
Our Platinum Sponsor for this event is Insurics.
Book Early for this Breakfast
Admission is $45 including 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.
Cr Benn Banasik
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