Spark Events

Written on the 10 February 2009

 

Gold Coast's newest social networking and events based company, Spark Events is officially open for business. Since their website launch on 24 November 2008, Spark Events is enjoying the steady increase of public interest. 
 
Director, Larnie Roberts says "We are delighted to be receiving such positive feedback by providing an interactive service to our members. We have received over 53,000 hits in just two months, which is amazing.  It is also evidence to the fact that the internet now exceeds the offline world as a key source of information."
 
Spark Events offers a unique perspective on the social networking and event sites currently on offer in Australia.  Unlike other online social networks, Spark Events prides itself on having an activity based approach to meeting others and getting out and about in the real world. 
 
If you’re interested in seeing what it’s all about head to Wine, Jazz and Friends on Sunday February 15 from 10am - 4pm at Cunungra Valley Winery, or alternately the next Social Breakfast will be held at the Lake Café & Bar, Varsity Lakes 10am Saturday 7th February.  More info at: www.sparkevents.com.au.

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