Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Meet Speaker Cindy Pivacic at this Wonderful Event

Meet Speaker Cindy Pivacic at this Wonderful Event

Networking forum for Service Providers and Company Executives dealing with Health and Wellness.
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Join her for Breakfast on Friday, the 7th September 2012.

Cost: R50.00

Mission and Vision

The objective in founding Balance & Bounce – ‘Through the Circles of Life’

Is to play a major role in the implementation by providing valuable access to Companies with Service Providers in the Health & Wellness industry.

Create health & wellness awareness events throughout the year

Offer sustainable information for the wellbeing of your valued staff members and their families by putting their Balance & Bounce back on track.

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Source - Cindy Pivacic 

Excitement mounting as ‘D-Day’ approaches.

Durban Tourism and East Coast Radio’s Durban Day in association with the Sunday Times takes place this weekend at Moses Mabhida’s Peoples Park and anticipation is growing. The event on Sunday, with a line-up that includes Idols finalists, Yoav, Toya Delazy, Johnny Clegg, LIRA, GoodLuck and the Parlotones, brings together some of the country’s best bands in a laid-back family friendly setting. The two Idols finalists that will be performing are both from KZN – the very popular Khaya Mthethwa and Shekhinah Donnell are sure wow crowds.

The artists themselves are eager to perform in front of a Durban crowd.  The ever popular Parlotones say, “We will be hanging out after the show to meet the crowds, take photos and sign anything people bring to us. We will be playing a mixture of our older songs, as well as several songs off our latest album Journey Through the Shadows.” Soulful songstress LIRA says, “Durban Day will be a great family outing and I look forward to some of my younger fans being able to attend a concert too. Fans will hear all their favourite songs as well as music from my latest album Return To Love.

Durban Tourism and East Coast Radio’s Durban Day is synonymous with picnic baskets, good music and a chilled day out, so be sure to get your tickets in advance for just R100 from Computicket. Tickets will also be available at the gate on the day but this is subject to availability and these will cost R120. Children under the age of 12 enter for free. No beverages will be allowed, these will be on sale together with a wide variety of food vendors that should cater for all tastes.

If the great line-up and the promise of a fun-filled day out are not enough to entice you, East Coast Radio will also be giving away R10 000 in cash to one lucky concert goer. You have no reason not to join in the fun. Life’s good on the East Coast!

If you are on Twitter remember to use #ecrdurbanday on the day and if you’re an East Coast Radio Facebook fan please @ us. For more information please visit

Source - ECR

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