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Dynamic Growth Congress - Australian Spinal Research Foundation

Dynamic Growth Congress - Australian Spinal Research Foundation

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The DG Ball The DG Ball is the social centrepiece of your weekend. This is where the chiropractic community connects at a different level - relationships are established, friendships are forged and fun is abundant! The DG Ball has deservedly earned a reputation as the ‘must do’ chiropractic social event of the year. In fact, it has been a sell-out for the past two years! Immerse yourself. Set in a glamorous environment, you’ll enjoy a delicious multi-course meal, be entertained by a stunning stage show and dance the night away to a sensational live band. You might be surprised by who is boogying beside you! This year we are offering multiple dress themes – you choose – you can dress Funky, Punky or Spunky! Let your imagination run wild and be creative. Fancy dress is optional but seriously encouraged. If you are not ‘costumed up’, you are required to dress suave (suit) or glam (evening gown). A cash bar is available for drinks. 2 Compelling Chiropractic Events on the Same Weekend Russ Rosen will be one of the featured speakers at Dynamic Growth Congress with the topic, ‘Be the leader of your own tribe and thrive’, where you will learn why you don’t have to market your practice again and yet stay waitlisted. Russ will also be the presenter at the more intensive 6 hour Monday Seminar, 21 February 2010, focusing on the theme Patient Care v Patient Scare. The content is a natural extension to the presentation given by Russ at DG and will illustrate concepts in more detail. For those who might have been unable to attend DG, the Russ Rosen Seminar is a complete module within itself. Register for both events at the same time and save! If you register for both events before DG early bird ends (7 December 2009), and are a member of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation, you can save up to $380. Accommodation Fancy dress theme Punky There are a number of good quality hotels very near to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Delegates are advised to arrange their own hotel accommodation according to their needs. Bookings must be made direct with the hotels. No bulk bookings have been made. The Australian Spinal Research Foundation does not accept any accommodation bookings. The two hotels right next to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre are: Rydges Southbank Details can be obtained by visiting www.rydges.com/southbank The hotel has a bridge that is a direct link to the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. Reservations can be made on 07 3364 0808. Mantra This “boutique” hotel has undergone extensive internal renovations. For full details on the facilities and accommodation options available visit www.mantrahotels.com.au The telephone number for reservations is 07 3305 2500 or 1300 554 632 or Budget Accommodation For those delegates who are travelling on a tight budget, Brisbane Backpackers offers exceptional value and is only 12 minutes walk from the Exhibition Centre. The CBD is directly across the river and has an infinite choice of accommodation options for delegates to select from. Enhance Practice Culture and Teamwork Dynamic Growth Congress 2010 offers chiropractic practices the opportunity to immerse themselves in the spirit of Chiropractic and, at the same time, significantly enhance practice culture by all team members sharing the same unique professional and social environment. In past years, a number of practices have registered as a team and spoken passionately about the team building experiences and benefits. Practice group attendance is encouraged by the discounts offered: - 5% for 4+ delegates - 10% for 7+ delegates Your registration includes: - Admission to all six Congress sessions (Friday – Sunday) - Buffet Luncheon on Saturday - Morning and Afternoon Tea on Saturday, Morning Tea on Sunday - 1 ticket to Saturday’s Funky, Punky and Spunky ball - Admission to DG 2010 Exhibition Do you seek to realise your potential? Do you seek to grow professionally and personally? Do you wish to be more successful in your practice? Do you strive to develop as a successful practice team? Do you desire to have a more fulfilling lifestyle? Then you should register for Dynamic Growth Congress 2010! Registration Resolve the opportunity to attend as a practice group or with other chiropractic colleagues by doing one of the following: Return the completed registration form by mail to: Australian Spinal Research Foundation, PO Box 1047, Springwood Qld 4127 Fax the completed form to +61 7 3808 8109 Register on line at www.spinalresearch.com.au or Call the Australian Spinal Research Foundation on +61 7 3808 4098 Early Bird Register now ! Be sure not to miss out on the substantial early bird savings by registering before early bird ends on 7th December, 2009. Please direct any queries to info@spinalresearch.com.au

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