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Brisbane's entertainment calendar is set to ignite later year with the announcement one of Queensland's most historic motorsport events is being revived in September.
The event will see over 100 of the country's rarest and most expensive premium and classic vehicles ignite the city's famous mountain and will also ensure plenty of action off the track with boutique food and drink stalls, interactive displays, live entertainment and fireworks. The race will also be streamed live online.
Following the initial media announcement of the return of the Cootha Classic, BG Consulting's dedicated PR program delivered 42 news mentions across broadcast, print and online reaching more than 5 million people.
The festival will coincide with Father's Day weekend and the opening day of Brisbane Festival. If you're interested in event sponsorship, exhibiting at the event or entering into one of the race categories, visit the Cootha Classic website.
Proud to announce we're working with one of Brisbane's newest venues.
Genuine Greek food is at the heart of this story. Following on from the success of Gyradiko Sydney, Brisbane food seekers are already flocking to Gyradiko Brisbane on James St to get their gyros fix. We're working with influential foodies across digital and traditional media to give this place the exposure it deserves.
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As far as good stories go, you can't beat Claude Harvey.
Claude is a 70-year-old grandfather on a mission to help child protection advocate Bravehearts stop child sexual assault.
For the past 10 years he has pushed his custom designed coin-collecting Victa all around Australia to fundraise money for the protection of Aussie kids. He's raised more than $750,000 to date.
Our work with Bravehearts generated buzz for Claude on the back of his latest mowerthon from the Gold Coast to Sydney, a 1000km feat expected to take 105 days.
Here's what he had to say on Channel 7's Sunrise on the morning of the launch at Point Danger Lookout, Tweed Heads.