Lunch with Gordon Ramsay

Written on the 5 March 2009

 

TICKETS to a series of lunches and dinners to be hosted by Gordon Ramsay at Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove are on sale.
Diversified Exhibitions are presenting a rare opportunity for guests to see Gordon in action and taste his signature dishes at three lunches and three dinners being staged at the luxurious five-star Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove Ballroom on June 12, 13 and 14.
Mulpha Sanctuary Cove CEO Geoff Grady is extremely excited about having Gordon Ramsay visit Sanctuary Cove.
“To be able to have this event at Sanctuary Cove during our 21st year is absolutely terrific,” says Grady. 
“Because this is the only event of this kind that Gordon will be doing while in Australia, we expect to draw visitors from all over the country giving us the opportunity to showcase all that Sanctuary Cove has to offer,” he says.
Tickets are on sale through www.ticketek.com.au.

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