AUSSIES IN VEGAS

Jan 19. Ross Gage Social Enterprises will be hosting a seminar in Las Vegas for children’s activity providers, as part of Australia Week. The seminar will be on Friday March 1, with networking continuing on into Saturday March 2 during the NRL double-header. The Australian Rugby League will kick off their 2024 season with 4 of the gun teams battling for Round 1 points at Allegiant Stadium.

Gage said that this is a unique opportunity to bring together those in the sector those that are keen to stay at the top of their game AND love high level sport. As part of the experience, he will be introducing the participants to the nuances of game – starting with how it is different (and much better!) than Rugby Union.

The seminar will focus on being on top of trends in the children’s activities industry – particularly those relating to the likes of swim schools, gymnastics clubs and kids ninja providers. Such is the fit, the event is supported by the International Association of Children’s Development Programs.

For further information, simply contact Ross at ross.gage@aussieaquatics.com.au

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