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officebroker.com’s Paul Miller Hosts Variety Show with Timomatic

officebroker.com’s Paul Miller Hosts Variety Show with Timomatic

Paul Miller, MD of officebroker.com’s Asia Pacific operation, hosted a variety show concert on Sunday evening (18th December) which was headlined by Timomatic, star of hit TV show ‘Australia’s Got Talent’.

The show attracted over 2000 people and was rounded off with a superb show by Timomatic, who finished third in this year’s Australia’s Got Talent – judged by Kyle Sandilands, Dannii Minogue and Brian McFadden. Timo has since signed a record deal with Sony Music and following the success of his single ‘Set It Off’ – which was released on 25th November – now has an album on the way too.

Pictured: Timomatic (left) and Paul Miller, MD of officebroker.com’s Asia Pacific operation, at the variety show hosted by Paul.

Paul is preparing for a mammoth sponsored trek next October along the Marangu Route to the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania – the highest free-standing mountain in the world – and Paul has put all funds received from the variety show event towards Trek Kilimanjaro.

The sponsored climb is in aid of Action Medical Research, a children’s charity dedicated to improving the health of babies and children in the UK which was established almost 60 years ago and has been part of numerous breakthroughs in medical research and treatment. Among these are the UK polio vaccine, ultrasound scanning during pregnancy, and more recently the foetal heart rate monitor – an essential new device that could help save the lives of thousands of at-risk babies.

Find out more about the trek here.

Please spare a moment to sponsor Paul’s trek to Mount Kilimanjaro to help raise much-needed funds for Action Medical Research.

Good luck Paul!

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