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Will your business be Bathurst’s Top Duck in 2021?

The Rotary Club of Bathurst Great Corporate Duck Race is now in its 5th year to raise much needed funds for local causes.

The winning Corporate Top Duck will receive $1000 advertising in the Central West Village Voice, $1000 radio advertising on 2BS Gold, $2000 worth of coaching from The Persuader, and an awesome trophy.

At this stage due to Covid 19 restrictions the race will be filmed and commentated live on Facebook by a 2BS staff member. If restrictions are lifted we can hopefully then have an audience.

Defending Champion Devro have already got their duck secured looking to make it two in a row!

Other businesses jumping on board to support this years race are Bathurst Chiropractic, Tablelands Builders, Exceltech Industrial Electrics, Boxgrove Weddings and Events, Access All Loans, Central West Foot and Ankle, Bathurst Batteries, Verto, Swift Business Solutions, Dawson Removals, Westfund, Inland Digital, Bathurst Regional Council, Moneyquest Bathurst, Reliance Bank, BRS Technical, BRS Manpower, Fenix IT/Phones4Business, Automate Car Servicing, Regis Resources 1, Regis Resources 2, Frank Smith Work Clothing and Shoe Repairs, Vivability, Brett Moulds Design and Drafting, Kelso Electrical, Kenny Spring Solicitors and Choices By Bright.

A corporate duck costs $300 and you can secure one for your business by contraction Steve Semmens on 0412 522 771

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