mandby (mandby) wrote in amaranthball,
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Let's Break Australian History!

Amaranth cordially invites everyone to an Australian first: a sushi train breakfast. Yes, that’s right, you’re invited, even if you aren’t coming to the Amaranth Anime Ball!

Be a part of Australian food history, as Amaranth and Tomodachi host the first breakfast sushi train in Australian history. Tomodachi, is one of Amaranth’s sponsors, and has offered to host this as an Amaranth after-party with an interesting twist. For attendees who continually think “There should be something more!”, this could be a solution to your seemingly insatiable Amaranth hunger!

There will be a one-off entry fee for the breakfast party. Once you’re in, that’s it! The food will be placed on the sushi train, and you can take as much of whatever you like. Beverages such as Asian tea, coffee, and soft drinks will be also provided, and the event will run from 8.30am to 10.30am, Friday the 21st of August. Mingle with new friends you may have met at the Amaranth Anime Ball 2009, or make some more from the masses who are going to Manifest 2009. You can also finally have a chance to talk to the Amaranth committee members, at a time when we aren’t madly scrambling around!

We are currently still refining some details of payment methods, but we can announce that the price will be $19.50 for Amaranth invitation holders, and $29.50 for everyone else. Payments will be due before the 18th of August, so think about whether or not you’d like to come, quickly! We also have limited places don’t leave it to last minute!

There is no age-limit for this event, so everyone is welcome! Bring your family, friends, club, posse, whatever!

Keep tuned in for more information, and feel free to e-mail us at amaranth.ball@manifest.org.au!

We hope that you are as excited about this as we are. A very big thank you to Tomodachi for proposing the idea and for hosting the event! Tomodachi: Famous for Sushi!

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