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A Celebrity Breakfast featuring renowned motivator Kurek Ashley will be held at the Buderim Tavern, Burnett Street, Buderim on 31 July at 7am. The breakfast is a fund-raiser for the B150 Community Challenge. Earnings from the Challenge will be used to provide grants to worthy local organisations and projects.
Kurek Ashley is a Buderim resident and an expert in personal development, self-discovery and peak performance. He has worked in 14 countries around the world and delivers up to 100 presentations a year to top corporations, sporting teams and institutions.
As a ‘man of many talents’, Kurek is also the author of the number 1 best-seller, ‘How would Love respond’ and the success coach of the Australian Women’s Olympic Beach Volleyball team and 2000 gold medalists Natalie Cook and Kerri Ann Pottharst. Kurek has worked as a professional actor in Hollywood in over 38 films, working with notable celebrities including Sylvester Stallone, John Travolta and Chuck Norris. Kurek believes in challenging himself and broke the World Record for the longest Firewalk (81 meters on 600-degree coals) in Brisbane in 1998.
Chairman of the Buderim Foundation, Professor Paul Clark said everyone at the Foundation was really looking forward to the event.
“Kurek is a perfect example of the fantastic talent that lies in the Buderim Community, and how determination and ‘big thinking’ can lead to great success,” Prof. Clark said. “We are delighted to have him join us to share his worldwide experiences.”
The breakfast will begin at 6.45am for a 7am start. Tickets for the event are $40 per person and include breakfast with tea/coffee.
Table bookings of 10 are encouraged.
Book early to secure a place by contacting Sally Caddy onor call into The Buderim Old Post Office.