Boys… a top day out 2010

Boys Day OutBoys…a top day out 2010

The Divas will be holding boys …..a top day out on the 10th September at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

This unique businessmen’s luncheon attracts the largest demographic of locally owned and operated businesses as well as nationally based corporate businesses.

“Boys” opens doors, giving companies the opportunity to network with the decision makers and influencers at all levels.


2010 is the ninth year of Boys,… a top day out, (previously known as Boys Day Out). In 2001, one hundred and eighty corporate businessmen attended the first “Boys‟ and since that time the event has continued to grow. Now capped at six hundred of Adelaide’s top profile businessmen, the event is the most prestigious business luncheon on the Adelaide calendar.


The theming for the event has become an integral part of the day and each year takes on its own identity. In previous years our clients have experienced everything from the South Australian Star Force abseiling from the ceiling in true 007 style to the field hospitals of M*A*S*H, which celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the signing of the Geneva Convention. As with every year we look to a theme that will appeal to boys, and what better theme than CARS, the ultimate boys toy!

2010 Motor Show

The plan is to showcase prestige cars in the newly erected Orb at The Adelaide Entertainment Centre creating a unique motor show environment. This is an opportunity for companies the likes of BMW, Audi , Mercedes, Porsche and other prestige names to display their latest’s models to a captive audience. This is an excellent opportunity for these organisations to promote their products here in South Australia as the only Motor Show to be held in Australia this year is Sydney.

All funds raised go to scosa [Spastic Centres of South Australia] and The Epilepsy Centre. Last year the day raised $85,000 profit for South Australians in need.

Note: Tables consist of nine boys and one female hostess

Bookings open July 1st 2010. Call 1300 850 081 for details.

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