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Tramcar Networking

18 Sep 2012

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The Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) held its winter members catch-up last month on one of the oh-so-Melbourne Tramcar Restaurants.

Members enjoyed a three-course dinner during the 90-minute trip from Southbank, through South Melbourne and into St Kilda.

YRBA spokesperson Tim Bracher said it was fantastic to again bring members together for networking and a general catch-up.

He said it was a perfect opportunity to celebrate the Tramcar restaurant.

“Tramcar is a Melbourne icon and as they are currently celebrating 30 years of operation, we thought it was an ideal time to get our members on board,” Mr Bracher said.

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