Bali Bomb survivor to speak at Coolum’s Pink Breakfast

Coolum Pink Breakfast

Coolum Pink Breakfast
Aamie, Lois, Lorraine (Anita) and Kate at last year’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast, which is returning to the Coolum Coffee Club this Friday 7 October.

It’s almost time for Coolum’s annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast and this year, organisers have secured two inspirational speakers – Fabe Keily from What Working Women Want and Carren Smith, CEO of Quantum Leadership Group and 2002 Bali Bomb survivor.
Carren is well-known as one of Australia’s most exciting and dynamic speakers. As a survivor of the 2002 Bali Bombing, along with many other challenges – including the suicide of her de facto and the personal impact of the 2004 Tsunami on her family, Carren will share her personal story and deliver the insights of the mindset she has gained as a result of triumphing over the trauma which threatened to take her life.
Coolum’s Fabe Keily has become a much sought after keynote speaker. With over 20 years experience in Event Management and a strong belief that education is power, Fabe launched What Working Women Want in April 2008 to educate working men and women on how to maximize their potential professionally, personally and financially.
Since 2008, she has taken immense pleasure in the opportunity to travel Australia and speak to thousands of working men and women about the B.E.A.R Formula for Success – Belief + Education + Action = Results.
Both of these inspirational women will be sharing their journeys at Aimee Cush’s fifth annual breakfast, to be held at the Coffee Club Coolum this Friday, 7 October, and starting at 7:00am.
The event has become a firm favourite amongst locals, attracting over 80 guests each year for a couple of hours of hot-pink hilarity, with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation into the bargain.
The Pink Ribbon Breakfast is organised by Aimee in conjunction with staff at The Professionals Real Estate, who are proud to be Diamond partners of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Bookings for the event are expected to fill quickly so get the girls together, secure your spot and start planning this year’s hot pink fashion faux pas!
Tickets are only $30 and include a choice of selected hot and cold meals, juice and a coffee/tea as well as a fun morning of raffles, lucky door prizes – and a special prize for ‘Best Dressed’.
To book, call The Professionals on 5446 1133 or drop into the Coffee Club, David Low Way. If you are unable to attend, donations can be made on Aamie’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast fundraising page. Go to www.pinkribbonbreakfast.org.au and search for host Aamie Cush.