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Big fuss for a morning cuppa

13 May 2013

Big fuss for a morning cuppa Image

It’s probably part of most morning rituals, but a big deal was made out of the humble morning cuppa last month, when Southbank hosted LifeStyle Food’s Biggest Morning Tea.

The Cancer Council Victoria’s major fundraising event was on a promotional tour and used the prominence of the Southbank Spillway to promote to other businesses the benefits of holding a Biggest Morning Tea.

Cancer Council Victoria spokesperson Deb Stringer hoped the event raised awareness of both the Biggest Morning Tea initiative and the Cancer Council itself.

“We’re thrilled to be able to bring this unique experience to people around the state as part of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. It’s a new take on a much-loved campaign that Victorians have been supporting for 20 years now,” Ms Stringer said.

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