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gotalk hosts VSC (Very Special Children) at this year's Indy 300

• Amongst the hundreds of VIPs being entertained in the luxurious corporate boxes at the Indy 300 in Surfers Paradise on Friday October 24 will be six very special and very excited kids from the Hear and Say Center in Varsity Lakes.
  • 23 October, 2008 18:11

<p>PRESS RELEASE: Varsity Lakes Thursday October 23: Media Contact Camila Marques 0431 919 766</p>
<p>gotalk hosts VSCs (Very Special Children) at the Indy 300.</p>
<p>Every year Gold Coast based trans tasman telco gotalk, one of Australia's leading broadband, mobile, VoIP providers, invites a select group of high profile clients and business partners to their corporate suite at the Mantra Sun City Resort to watch the annual Indy 300 cars roar around the 4.47km Surfers Paradise circuit.</p>
<p>This year the CEOs, Marketing Directors and corporate heavyweight VIPs will be joined for the first time by a group of VSCs (Very Special Children) from The Hear and Say Centre at Varsity Lakes on Friday October 24.</p>
<p>The excited children - Lara Daniel, Benson Arundale, Christian Parnemann, Rhett Kraljevic, Andrew Fong and Mitch Bailey - have been promised “the full VIP Treatment” of party food, drinks and entertainment in the telco’s luxury corporate suite with their every wish looked after by gotalk staff as they watch the cars race silently around the course.</p>
<p>The Hear and Say Centres which use a specialist teaching technique called Auditory-Verbal Therapy are unique to Queensland. The Centres were founded by Dimity Dornan, a highly respected speech pathologist in Brisbane 1992 with six children. The Centre has now grown to provide a service for over 200 children and their families each year. As well as the Brisbane Centre, there are now regional centres in North Queensland, Darling Downs, Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.</p>
<p>The Centre aims to integrate children who are deaf or hard of hearing into the hearing and speaking community and their local school at the earliest possible time. For more information please go to www.hearandsaycentre.com.au/Our-centres.html</p>
<p>For more information about gotalk please contact Camila Marques, gotalk
Online &amp; Marketing Communications Manager on 07 5512 5558 or 0431 919 766.</p>

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