Meet Ricky Martin Thanks to The Coffee Club

Sept. 3, 2013 - Do you think you’ve got what it takes to shake your bon bon with Ricky Martin? The Coffee Club is giving fans the chance to meet him and see him live in concert.

Australia’s largest home-grown café group, The Coffee Club, has partnered with pop superstar Ricky Martin for his upcoming Australian tour and their giving fansthe chance to get up close and personal at one of his Australian concerts in October.

Launching today, The Coffee Club is giving people the chance to meet Ricky Martin backstage or win one of hundreds of double-pass tickets to Ricky Martin Live Australian Tour 2013.

The Coffee Club Director, John Lazarou, said the deal was a huge milestone and signals a new era for the respected Australian brand.

“We’re entering a new era for The Coffee Cub with our brand transformation officially launching today! We wanted something really exciting to drive customers in-store and experience the new us – we think Ricky Martin is the perfect draw card,” Mr Lazarou said.

“Ricky Martin landsin Australia later this month and in the lead up to his nine Australian concerts we’ve got hundreds of money can’t buy tickets up for grabs.

“We are also giving 32 lucky fansthe opportunity to meet Ricky Martin in person backstage!”

To enter the competition, customers needs to spend $10 in any participating The Coffee Club store between 2 September and 9 October and then visit www.thecoffeeclub.com.au/rickymartin.

Mr Lazarou said The Coffee Club has never put together such a big promotion in its history.

“This is by far the biggest and most exciting promotion we have done at The Coffee Club. It was important for us to think big and differently if we wanted to attract more customers to experience our transformation,” Mr Lazarou said.

The Ricky Martin Live Australian Tour kicks off on 3 October in Newcastle with further concerts in Melbourne on 5 October, Adelaide on 10 October, Perth on 12 October, Sydney (The Star) on 14 October, Brisbane on 16 October, Sydney on 18 & 19 October and concluding in Melbourne on 20 October 2013.

For more details about The Coffee Club Ricky Martin promotion visit www.thecoffeeclub.com.au/rickymartin or www.facebook.com/tccaa.

About The Coffee Club

Since opening its doors in Brisbane in 1989, The Coffee Club has become Australia’s largest homegrown café group with more than 329 stores across seven countries. In 2008, hospitality and leisure company Minor International took a 50 per cent stake in The Coffee Club, fuelling international growth of the Australian brand. The Coffee Club prides itself onGood Food, Great Service and Excellent Coffee. www.coffeeclub.com.au I www.facebook.com/tccau

SOURCE The Coffee Club

Media Contact:

The Coffee Club Group
PR & Communications Manager
Sarah Broad
07 3010 3000 M 0400 307 465
sarah.broad@coffeeclub.com.au

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