Queenscliff180 Family Swim Event Partners
Borough Of Queenscliffe
Event Branding Creative Direction | durocubrilo.com
With the rejuvenation of the Blue Water Challenge event we sought out and secured generous partnership and expert advice from distinguished brand consultants durocubrilo.com. They have injected an exciting and relevant new name and positioning for the event; 2018 Queenscliff 180 Family Swim. ‘It’s your turn’ offers both a call for new entrants, and likewise, an ownership of the arched swim to those who have been long term participants. This new direction for the event will be followed by a fantastic new vintage logo and look for the brand communications. One that will pay homage to the heritage of the town of Queenscliff itself.
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Notable figures attending and supporting the Queenscliff 180 Family Swim
Matt Preston - event starter
Matt Preston blasted onto the Australian TV screens and public eye in 2009 as a judge of season one of Masterchef and hasn't looked back ever since. He is a contributor of The Age Good Food Guide and drinks editor of the Good Taste Magazine to name a few of his many achievements. We are extremely pleased to have Matt as our chief starter at the Queenscliff 180 Swim.
Peter Smith - The Voice of the Queenscliff 180 Swim
Peter Smith OAM is know for his radio and television voice-overs, primarily on GTV-9 Melbourne and Sale of the Century. Peter will be supporting the swim by putting together a variety of vice overs to be played before and during the swim.
Dr Peter Doherty - guest speaker
Dr Peter Doherty will speak about his work in medicine and the importance of medical research in Australia. Dr Peter Doherty (in callaboration with Rolf Zinkernagel) received the Nobel Prize in physiology or Medicine 1996 "for their discoveries concerning the specificity of the cell mediated immune defence". Peter's conceptually-driven research revolutionised the field of immunology by explaining the mechanism of T-cell recognition in cell mediated immunity: the discovery that T-cells recognise 'altered self", a complex MHC (transplant) protein and foreign antigen on the surface of virally infected cells.
Peter holds honorary doctorates from 19 universities and has been recognised as Australian of the year in 1997.