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The one place where serious channel players really need to be seen in Australia every four years is with the big names of rugby as the Wallabies are feted and farewelled by their corporate buddies before departing for the-game-they-play-in-heaven's biggest event. The Rugby World Cup, now underway in Whales and Ingerland, will be the biggest international sporting event this year and Australia are one of the favourites to secure the prized William Webb Ellis trophy awarded to the winners. While those Tabloid journalists and channel partners present were on their best behaviour, some of the hosts degenerated into shameless promotional manoeuvring and the securing of heirlooms for the family album.
Not content just to be photographed with the famous comic duo, the inset shows a vertically challenged Pritchard also seeking out Wallabies skipper John Eales and first mate David Wilson for a snapshot to show the grandchildren. Over people packed the Darling Harbour Convention Centre on the day to wish the Wallabies luck in their attempts to regain the World Cup they won in but surrendered to the South Africans in As per usual with things pertaining to rugby, the general consensus amongst Australian fans present on the day is that perhaps it is not so important to win the damn thing, so long as we beat New Zealand.
What we refer to of course is that IP-everywhere collection of hard-drinking types from the networking industry. You will be pleased to know the parade is on again next year, as is the annual Jazz festival to be headlined by Carlos Santana. Another highlight is a no-public-allowed night out at the famous House of Blues. The hot rumour is delegates will witness an exclusive performance by veteran Stones-man Keith Richards at the House. All this sounds incredibly unmissable, so where is the underbelly we spoke of?
Firstly, our Tabloid spy who attended this year's event reports the view from the Hospitality Suite looking over New Orleans' Bourbon Street provides enough entertainment in itself. Other spies speak of drunken behaviour leading to serious ill-health, which for the networking industry is the carrot of all incentives.
Just who was the Tabloid correspondent who, while recently in Hawaii, found himself driving on the wrong side of the road which then caused an accident - albeit a minor one? No names, no packdrill, but you should know that this particular scribe has done time as a motoring hack in his dark past and that the incident had nothing to do with the bikini-clad locals that were providing an ever-present distraction. up to gain exclusive access to subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected.
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