Raine & Horne: sponsoring our community - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views
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Wynnum is worth celebrating, and Wynnum Fringe is one of the key events that throw a spotlight on our bayside town. The place and the event go hand-in-hand – both are packed with talent, eclectic, worth attending, and a place to see many familiar faces and new faces.

Regarding sponsorship, Raine & Horne Wynnum, directed by Margaret Vote, hasn’t held back. There are several reasons why Raine & Horne have been a major sponsor of Tom Oliver and the Wynnum Fringe festival, not just this year but the two years prior.

First, there are the branding/business aspects of our sponsorship. The community keeps our business going, and it’s nice to give back in various ways. Marg has had a long-standing relationship with Tom and his family – she sold the Oliver family their first house in Wynnum. But there’s also a deep affection for Wynnum itself; wanting to see our area shown in its best light so that not only the people who live here can be proud of what we have and can be, but to also showcase our area to the surrounding citizens of Brisbane and beyond.

Wynnum’s recent Halloween parade, organised by Wynnum Commerce Inc., is an excellent example of “if you put it on, they will come!”.

The festivals and activities that are growing, developing and improving each year enrich the cultural fabric of our community and attract people to move here. That’s good for every local business. It’s also a place where we live, and the events, bars, and restaurants allow us to invite friends and family to enjoy the beauty of the bayside, set against the stunning backdrop of Waterloo Bay.