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MEDIA TALENT: Lions Australia National Convention

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Hundreds of Lions volunteers from across Australia are coming together to celebrate all things Lions.

 

Some Lions are on a mission to cure childhood cancer and diabetes, others are committed to assisting those impacted by drought and floods, and many are simply working together to help people in need in their local community.

 

One thing all Lions have in common is together they are making an incredible difference as the largest service club organisation in Australia, with over 25,000 volunteers.

 

The following Convention talent are available for interview to discuss Lions & volunteering:

 

Talent

  • Sunday 10:30 am keynote — Samoane Regattieri, Indigenous enterprises
  • Sunday 11:30 am keynote — Sacha King, Founder & Managing Director TWO TWO ONE Mental Health Charity
  • Sunday 3:30 pm keynote — Dr Barry Kirby AO, PNG Birthing Mothers Project
  • Lions Australia CEO Rob Oerlemans
  • Local Darwin volunteers, including members involved with renowned Lions project — Darwin Beer Can Regatta

Date/time available

Today, Friday 24 May – Sunday 26 May

Location

Darwin Convention Centre

 

For more information on the Lions National Convention, visit mdconv201.com.

 

For media enquiries, or to arrange an interview with any Keynote Speaker or Lions Australia CEO Rob Oerlemans, contact:

Andrew Stewart

E astewart@alphaconsulting.global

M 0432 354 234

 


About us:

About Lions Australia:
Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion. Lions Australia is Australia’s largest service organisation, with more than 1,300 clubs in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Lions Australia promotes youth, supports medical research, and provides community service, disaster relief, and aid to people with disability.
 
For more information, please visit lionsclubs.org.au.

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