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BigSpoonFeed – Catering for the Spring Carnival

Posted by Taryn Hunter

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October 20, 2012
3:00 am

Is eBay ‘so 2008’ when it comes to selling your pre-loved and maybe never-worn outfits?

Then keep your eye out for BigSpoonFeed, Australia’s newest online market place, that goes live mid-October. Specialising in event-wear, including dresses, suits, headwear and accessories, BigSpoonFeed will be the one-stop-shop for the Spring Racing Carnival.

To celebrate the launch, BigSpoonFeed and Hush Bar are holding a pre-launch extravaganza, with cupcakes and champagne and the chance to have your items photographed and uploaded for free. There will also be the chance to win a fascinator every hour.

WHEN: Saturday, 20 October, 11am-3pm
WHERE: Hush Bar, Level 3, Shop 307, Melbourne Central
TICKETS: bigspoonfeed.com.au


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