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Commonwealth Games Open Day

As the ENTERTAINMENT DIRECTOR of this event Leonie managed 40 performers over 4 venues covering the entire day. MEDIA RELEASE COMMONWEALTH GAMES VENUES OPEN DAY Victorians will get a free, behind the scenes, sneak preview of Commonwealth Games venues being built or redeveloped for the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games on Sunday 11 December. Announcing the Commonwealth Games Open Day, the Premier, Steve Bracks said Melbourne is gearing up to host the biggest event in its history. “Melbourne is being transformed to host this once in a lifetime event,” Mr Bracks said. “Open Day will be a unique opportunity for Victorians to come and see the venues that will host the world’s best athletes.” The venues which will be opened to the public on Sunday 11 December from 11am until 4pm include: · Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), including the new Long Room and Members’ Area; · Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Village and Royal Park Wetlands; · The new outdoor show pool at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC); and · The redeveloped State Netball and Hockey Centre. “The open day will be an exciting opportunity for the whole family to see where the athletes will live and compete during the Commonwealth Games next year – and there is also a chance to meet some of our star athletes,” Mr Bracks said.

Commonwealth Games Open Day
Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

Leonie managed 35 performers and many volunteers for a very enthusiastic crowd of 20,000 Redfest party goers at Melbourne Park. Coca Cola Redfest Media Release 2000 For Sydney 2000, Coca-Cola shared the Spirit of the Olympic Games with fans internationally through Olympic Pin Trading, Coca-Cola Radio (which grew to nearly 60 participating stations) and the new "Coca-Cola Olympic Club: Sydney" and "Powerade-Aquarius Training Camp" - two similar, once-in-a-lifetime experiences for teens from around the world. Both international activities offered young participants unique, behind-the-scenes Olympic Games exposure, including use of state-of-the-art, Olympic Games-style facilities, tickets to Olympic Games events, meetings with Olympic athletes, and tours of Sydney's attractions and Olympic Games venues. In demonstrating to teens what it is like to be an Olympic athlete, Powerade-Aquarius Training Camp also featured sports clinics with athletes and coaches. For host country citizens and visitors alike, Australia's enthusiasm for the Games was captured through Coca-Cola RedFest celebrations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, with live entertainment and big-screen presentations of the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony.

Sydney Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

 

 

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