With large parts of the country struggling, either from being in lockdown, recovering from lockdown or just feeling the hurt of COVID-fatigue we all need something to make us smile.

So why not pay good money to see Four Pillars Co-Founder, Stu Gregor, in a bathful of snakes, and also help with beating children’s cancer? Surely there’s no flaw here.

Gregor explained: “A couple months ago, I was cajoled into agreeing to participate in the Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia’s CEO Dare to Cure and the idea I had was that if team members at Four Pillars donated THEY could choose which dare I had to undertake.

“In possibly the least surprising result since Kaylee McKeown won the backstroke double, the voting overwhelmingly favoured the option of me reclining in a bathful of snakes.”

The date this will happen is on Friday 29 October 2021, at the Fleet Steps in Sydney.

“So the dare has been chosen, now you just need to use some of that spare cash you’ve squirrelled away these past 18 months to donate to the cause. Wholly tax deductible and a cause that is as good as any in the world.”

You can donate through the Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia’s CEO Dare to Cure website.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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