Venuezi at Coorparoo State School Carnival


The Venuezi Team and Panda were out and about at the Coorparoo State School Carnival on Sunday 23rd October. Panda and his helpers were equipped with balloons, candy and loads of Panda hugs for all of the children and caregivers who attended. It was a fantastic day, the sun was shining, there were carnival rides, craft stalls, dance and Tae Kwon Do demonstrations, among many other exciting things to see and do. Panda tried his hand at some Kung Fu and also met Addy from Commonwealth Bank and Lion from the Brisbane Lions. (See more photos here)

As we were making our way around the carnival, we met a number of parents who were very enthusiastic to start using Venuezi.com. A lot of them mentioned to us how difficult and stressful it can be to plan a children’s party, not only finding a venue that is suitable to hold a large group of excited kids but also to coordinate balloons, gift bags, catering and entertainment. The Venuezi Team are happy that we’re able to bring this amazing resource to parents all over Australia. A website that can not only help you find the perfect place to host your party but can also assist in coordinating everything else.

Did you know there are more than 3.5 million children aged between one and 15 years of age in Australia. That means more than 52,500,000 childrens’ parties held every year! Imagine how many balloons, cakes and gift bags it takes to have that many parties!? Submit an enquiry through Venuezi today and let us help you to take the stress out of planning your child’s next birthday. Check out our perfect parties resource page for inspiration and information!

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Oct 2011
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