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A whole bunch of gratitude

June 2nd, 2013 — Festival of Steve
Comedian Simon Taylor, styled by Charlie Tinker

Steve and City Precinct owe a debt of gratitude to the crews at Zilla and Brook, Swear Words and Pugnacious George, and to the events team Melanie Ashe, Bradley Posselt, Mark Boldiston, Jerome Miller, Tania Goode, Warren Bonett, Pete Isaacs and Fiona Brook. City Precinct also wishes to thank the City of Melbourne for their support.

Our diamonds of vendors included Design Dispensary, Mr Phillips, Quiet Deeds, Carl Navè – Individually Tailored, his handsome self, Charlie Tinker, MELTours, Clementine’s, Lord Coconut, Embiggen Books, Uber, V&J Menswear,Urban Walkabout, Pugnacious George, The Little Bookroom, Beggar Man Thief, Barber on Degraves, Jack’s House and Coffee by Elementary. Thank you, you all totally rocked the show!

Steve’s musical and entertainment interludes were brought to you by Brooke Russell and the Mean Reds, Skyscraper Stan and the Commission Flats, comedian Simon Taylor (with funds raised for beyondblue), Zen Pencils illustrator, jeweller Beth Croce, style sessions by The Tailored Watch, Carl Navè and V & J Menswear, billiards tuition by Kelvin Small and cocktails demonstration and masterclass by Bar Americano. Gratitude to you.

Thanks to the staff and members of the Kelvin Club for allowing City Precinct to transform your Club for the day – especially Angelo, both Johns and Jim for being particularly accommodating of Steve’s persistent presence!

We’d also like to heartily thank the media and photographers for your coverage of our event, and for the services of our suppliers, supporters and sponsors including Urban Walkabout and Universal Village.

The engagement and interest in City Precinct‘s first public event was fantastic. We’re really glad you came down, and hope that you enjoyed yourselves!

To revisit the fun check out our, Everguide‘s and Pugnacious George‘s photo galleries. It sure looked pretty stylin’!

If you have any feedback for Steve please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we’d love to hear what you thought.

Until next year… all the very best,

Steve.

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