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2018-07-04 11:56

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Female readers are invited to put the breaks on the rush of life and join People’s Post and our sister publication, TygerBurger, in the fast lane this Women’s Day.

Enjoy a relaxing morning with fellow “queens” – from 09:30 to noon on Thursday 9 August at the Killarney Raceway clubhouse – while our team of dynamic go-getters share their tips for getting things done in the home, the kitchen and the body – with little time to spare – yet right on time!

Guests in attendance at Queens of Quick will get to meet our quirky MC, Elana Afrika, world-class TV chef-lebrity Jenny Morris and fitness guru Bertus Alberts – all of whom will be sharing tips to keep up with the daily competition against the clock.

Each guest will receive a goody bag containing, among other things, a Body20 voucher worth R450, and you can look forward to lots of prizes in our lucky draws on the day, including luxurious Hannon handbags containing products valued at over R2000 each, and a main Body20 prize worth more than R12 000.

Did we mention the delectable treats that will be served? On arrival, each guest will also receive a warm drink compliments of Mobile Coffee Café. For dessert Whimsical Cupcakes – a bespoke bakery situated in Maitland – will be serving up one of their signature cupcake creations for each guest.

And the fun doesn’t end there. Guests will also be treated to a motivational talk by professional female racing driver Andrea Bates, and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney track with professional racers.  

Guests can look forward to all of this for only R260 per ticket, available online at www.webtickets.co.za or your nearest Pick n Pay store. Queens of Quick tickets are limited, so our queens are encouraged to get theirs quickly!

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