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Stars light up at MCEC

11 Jun 2013

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Spirits were high at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) last month, when it hosted and sponsored the Starlight Children’s Foundation’s major fundraiser.

Guests at the event were treated to a spectacular five-course menu, with each course being supplied by guest chefs and MCEC executive chef Tony Panetta.

Guest chefs included Guy Grossi, Mark Best, Pierrick Boyer, Dan Hunter and Karen Martini.

Mr Panetta said everyone involved were happy to give to such an important cause.

“We get a real sense of pride bring involved with this event and the team thoroughly enjoyed working with the five chefs and their assistants in preparing the night’s degustation menu,” Mr Panetta said.

The event raised over $400,000 on the night.

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