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Learn to play BRIDGE for just $39 (saving $187!!) as part of a
bold marketing test, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney

Starting: 10 May 2017

The Grand Slam Bridge Centre in Double Bay wanted to see what
impact price had on the decision to learn bridge in winter. To
test this they are offering places in the beginners' bridge course
starting on Wednesday 10 May at 1:30 pm or 6:30 pm for just $39.

The teacher is Paul Marston.

The $39 fee covers the four bridge lessons, three practice sessions, a
copy of best-selling text, Paul Marston's Introduction to Bridge
and a six month membership - a total value of $226! The full brochure is here:

Why learn bridge?

Bridge is a great way to make meet new people. That's
because it's a partnership game - you always have a friend
when you play bridge. It is also one of the best ways to keep
your mind in shape. We now know that the brain needs
exercise just like the rest of the body.

After the course, the Centre has a number of sessions where you
can enjoy using your new skills and consolidate your knowledge. 

ENROL NOW - Phone 9363 1272 or

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The brochure, including accommodation at Ivory Palms Resort.

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The brochure, including accommodation at Noosa Lakes Resort

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Noosa Bridge Week 2017 Booking Form

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Bulletin 2 - an advanced example of keeping communications intact.

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Bulletin 1 - the 2 bidding lessons
Any club level bridge player can lift his or her game to a new level by following the lessons coming up in Noosa because they cover core topics that occur a lot.
These bulletins start the learning process by explaining what you are going to learn. 

I am delighted to announce that the venue for this year’s Noosa Bridge Week will be the Tewantin-Noosa Bowls Club, right next door to the Ivory Palms Resort.
This venue ticks all the boxes!
The playing room is perfect for our purposes - nicely air conditioned with a picturesque outlook across the bowling greens. It is larger than the Convention Centre and everything is ground floor. There is a coffee shop and a bar right on site, as well as restaurant with very reasonable prices.
The timetable is much the same as last year with one significant difference. There will be a BBQ dinner late on the Wednesday afternoon. While this is going on, the club will put on a session of barefoot bowls for anyone who wants. Barefoot means suitable for first-timers.
This should be lots of fun to both do and watch.
The brochure will be available by mid-March.
Meanwhile, you can view 3 videos I made at the bowls club, posted here.
Paul Marston

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