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February 5, 2023

Giving the 7th a Nudge

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Turning seven feels like heaven! Cunning Stunts celebrate the seventh birthday of the beloved Nudge Nudge Wink Wink FUNdraiser held at The Billinudgel Hotel!

Their purpose, for the past seven years, has been to support local communities. They’re celebrating their seventh birthday by bringing back their traditional Nudge Nudge Wink Wink format to raise as much money as they can to help those who are homeless this holiday season. In line with all the conscious activities Cunning Stunts represent, 100 per cent of online raffle ticket sales (featuring seven of the most popular sponsors contributing exciting prizes for this special online version of our legendary raffle) and 50 per cent of their profits will be donated to this cause.

Be in it to win from the best restaurants, health and wellness operators, and food producers in the area. Prize pool circa $3.3K in value.

Raffle tickets are available online only – so make sure you buy some when purchasing your event tickets.

Exclusive limited merchandise range will be for sale on the day at the event: USBs pre-loaded with a range of the most popular and loved NUDGE DJs’ mixes, calendars, stubbie holders and stickers. Your holiday gifts are sorted. Bring lots of cash on the day for this limited release merchandise.

The DJs for this special celebration include the icon himself: DJ Stephen Allkins; the ladies of Nudge – Laura Peck (Miss L) and Sarah Sutton (Lady S); and our residents Dale Stephen and Lord Sut. Throughout the event there will be dance performances by FLUID.

Event tickets and raffle tickets are available bit.ly/Nudge7HeavenTICKETS (a limited number remain).

So far you have helped the crew raise over $364,00, helping 31 charities since December 2015. Funds are donated to locally-based registered NFPs assisting our communities during these challenging times. December’s event continues with a cumulative percentage of their profits being donated from the last Nudge and this. Gotta love community supporting its own!

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