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Cheese, wine and real estate on the menu at ladies' night

Andrea Saville, Belinda Dinsey and Belinda Trotman at DJ Stringer real estate Coolangatta.
Andrea Saville, Belinda Dinsey and Belinda Trotman at DJ Stringer real estate Coolangatta. John Gass

IT'S a well-known fact that women are great at multi-tasking.

That's no doubt one of the reasons DJ Stringer is on the look-out for capable and enterprising women to join their team

If you want to know how to balance family and career life or are in the real estate industry and want to know what DJ Stringer can do for you, then come along to the Women in Real Estate ladies' wine and cheese night.

"Meet our team," said Belinda Trotman.

"You can find out about a career in property sales, holiday letting and management, business sales, property management, commercial leasing and sales and traineeships."

"Make 2013 your year by joining us for a casual and informative evening."

The wine and cheese evening will take place at the DJ Springer corporate office on February 26 at 76, Griffith Street, Coolangatta.

Starting at 5.30pm sharp (Qld) the evening will run till 7pm.

Reserve your seat by February 19, by calling Sue on 07 5599 5222, Belinda on 0412 881 818 or email at susan@djstringer.com.au

Topics:  real estate



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