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Andrew Bell’s Market Wrap: Interview With Peter Beattie: Chairman, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

MARKET WRAP
Issue 25   |   December 7th, 2017  | Interview With Peter Beattie: Chairman, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

The two most common words on the Gold Coast over the past year or so, and most definitely will be for the six months ahead, are the words ‘Commonwealth Games’.

There is no question the Commonwealth Games has already transformed the Gold Coast. It has singlehandedly injected billions of dollars of investment to raise our city to one of the most progressive in the country, and of course, we are all excited to see what lays ahead especially leading up to the Games themselves in April 2018.

Today I have with us the Honourable Peter Beattie, Chairman of GOLDOC, the organising committee of the Commonwealth Games and, as most people would know, an ex-Premier of our state. Peter is going to share further insights to the huge benefits the Games are bringing to our city. Please check out the video above.

Reminding you that bookings are still open to be part of The Event 2018 and the Gold Coast Property Expo please visit the website here or call 1800 198 009.

Andrew Bell, OAM
Chief Executive Officer
The Ray White Surfers Paradise Group

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