October 09, 2012 - 2:39pm
She can be outrageous, funny, serious or sombre – but never forgettable - she’s Julia Morris and she's back to host this year’s Employers Mutual 2012 NSW Printing Industries Craftsmanship Awards (PICA) presentation on 2 November.
The straight talking queen of comedy has become one of Australia’s most popular entertainers since appearing at last year’s PICA event and then winning the Celebrity Apprentice reality TV show. Following that success she scoring a leading role in the new Channel Nine Sunday night dramedy (drama, comedy) House Husbands.
Printing Industries National Director, Communications and Marketing, Joe Kowalewski, said Julia’s television success has led to a flood of work offers.
“Having her MC our 2012 awards is quite a coup as she is incredibly busy with television and theatre commitments,” he said.
“But true to her down to earth persona, she enjoyed our presentation dinner last year and is looking forward to working with us again this year in spite of being in huge demand both in Australia and overseas.”
The presentation night will be held in the Parkside Ballroom at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour from 6.30pm on 2 November.
Themed the Power of Print, it will also feature an exhibition of winning entries along with the presentation of 33 Print Category winners, Business Category winners, the Printer of the Year award, Long-term membership awards and the new Media Super Future Leaders Award.
Ticket booking forms can be downloaded here. Inquiries to Mark Tolentino on 8789 7388 e-mail: email@example.com
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