FFV takes Community in Business to Geelong
Breakfast to be held at Simonds Stadium
Tickets have gone on sale this week for the first ever Football Federation Victoria (FFV) Community in Business regional function, which will be held in Geelong on the morning of Friday August 18 at Simonds Stadium.
To be held in the magnificent Captain’s Room, which is located in the Premiership Stand and provides a breathtaking view of the inside of the main stadium, it will be the first time that the successful FFV corporate function series will be staged outside of metropolitan Melbourne.
Proudly presented by ElectricityWizard, the Community in Business is renowned for providing fantastic entertainment and genuine networking opportunities by bringing together Victoria’s key football stakeholders including businesses, football clubs, media and government.
Geelong Region Football Committee (GRFC) Chairperson, Jo Plummer, is thrilled that the renowned sporting corporate event is coming to Geelong.
“I am thrilled that Geelong will be hosting FFV’s very first regional Community in Business event in Victoria. It’s a testament to just how much football has grown in our area and as the fastest growing football region in the state, it’s time to showcase the broader opportunity to our community and business stakeholders,” Plummer said.
“Community in Business is a tremendous initiative by FFV and it is a privilege for the Geelong region to be hosting with only four events planned each year. I’m encouraging any person, business or community organisation to be part of this event and benefit from the commercial and social opportunities it presents. We want to ensure this fabulous forum remains on the annual calendar.
“We are all aware of the social and economic prosperity that a thriving sporting community brings to the broader community. With football now the number one club sport in Australia, Geelong’s participation has soared to the fastest growing in the state. Community in Business, the brainchild of FFV, is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate how business and community can work together to achieve extraordinary outcomes for our region,” the GRFC Chairperson concluded.
Individual seat tickets are just $55 or $500 for a table of 10. Commencing at 7:30am, the morning event will go for two hours. The dress code is business attire.