Bonner’s small business owners are invited to a virtual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event on Thursday, May 28 with Ross Vasta MP and special guest Senator Michaelia Cash.
Federal Member for Bonner Ross Vasta MP said the event was a great way to support Cancer Council Queensland’s (CCQ) biggest annual fundraiser.
“The event is also an opportunity for small businesses in my electorate to connect with the Minister for Small and Family Business to discuss the post-COVID road to recovery,” Mr Vasta said.
“We want to connect with these business owners, many of whom have benefited from our JobKeeper and other stimulus measures, and discuss the best way we can help them bounce back as restrictions ease and our economy gets moving again.”
Minister for Employment, Skills and Small and Family Business Senator Michaelia Cash said she had been working with Mr Vasta during the pandemic to assist many small businesses in the region and help them navigate support measures.
“Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is the perfect opportunity to grab a cuppa, jump online and join Ross and I in a Zoom event to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on your business and the road to recovery,” Senator Cash said.
“Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea events are always well attended by the community, so it’s great we can use the opportunity to come together online, support this great cause and touch base with the small family businesses in Bonner.”
Interested small businesses can register for the virtual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea in Bonner at www.rossvasta.com.au
Spaces are limited. For more information call Mr Vasta on (07) 3893 3488.