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2018-06-19 06:01
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Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

Is running around your default setting? Running between work and home, the kids’ schools and the nearest shop, always with that nagging feeling of never actually getting things done? Do you struggle from pot to pan to get dinner on a plate, but your body, looks and health are always last on your own priority list?

People’s Post and its sister publication TygerBurger are inviting all our female readers to come and recharge your batteries at Killarney Raceway on Women’s Day ( Thursday 9 August).

Join us for a morning filled with relaxing socialising with fellow “queens” trying to get that thing called “life” done quicker, but easier, while enjoying a morning of hearty company and top quality food with some laughter.

Join our quirky queen of an MC, Elana Afrika, and world-class TV chef-lebrity, Jenny Morris, who will teach you the shortcuts to quick meal times, with fitness guru Bertus Alberts taking his cue for tips on health and fitness training with the emphasis on competing against the clock. Professional female racing driver Andrea Bates will motivate guests with her unique career choice and six of our lucky guests will each win the opportunity to race around the Killarney racetrack with professional racers. What better way to get the adrenaline pumping and the stress molecules prison-breaking?

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 R12000. And did we mention the delectable treats that will be served?

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. Limited seating is available, so our queens need to book super quick!

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