The Queensland Cashflow Club
If you live on the Gold Coast or Brisbane, Australia, and wish to learn how to play Robert Kiyosaki's financial board game, Cashflow 101, you're welcome to attend the monthly game held by the Queensland Cashflow Club. In addition, some members host games in between our regularly scheduled events.
View of Surfers Paradise from previous venue
Here are the details of the Queensland Cashflow Club's monthly meetings:
|When: || 4th Saturday of the month |
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|Where: ||Rosuta Coffee House |
Shop 1, 66-68 Thomas Drive
(Corner of Thomas Drive and Mawarra Street)
Chevron Island QLD 4217
(07) 5570 1223 (Cafe)
0418 788 482 (Club Coordinator)
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|Time: ||9 AM to 1 PM |
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|Cost: ||$5.00 donation to cover photocopying and venue hire |
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|Essentials: ||Bring a calculator, pencil and eraser |
Please bring the game if you have one
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Everyone is welcome to join us for lunch afterwards at the café.
Bookings aren't necessary, but we like to know how many people to expect so the café can set up enough tables. Please let us know if you'd like to join our mailing list by adding your email address below:
Cashflow 101 players usually play 5-6 to a table
The Queensland Cashflow Club was founded by Angie Lee, a 16 year-old high school student who purchased the game in December 2001 after reading Robert Kiyosaki's financial bestseller, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
Angie began playing Cashflow with her older brothers, but they soon decided to seek out other players in the area. She placed an ad on the Internet and met several keen players from Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Angie then set up the Oz Cashflow website for Cashflow players around Australia, making contact with over 300 people.
The Brisbane-based players began holding their own meetings in Brisbane while Angie's core group met in the members' homes on the Gold Coast. But as the club expanded, they chose to meet at a public venue, and after two years at Pacific Fair, decided a café on the river provided a more enjoyable and relaxed venue.
In early 2003 Angie moved from the area to begin her University studies and an informal committee took over the running of the club. We remain appreciative of her vision and of the opportunity we've been given to pursue our financial education in such an enjoyable way.
The club is an informal structure with no joining fees. Players come to the meetings as their schedules permit, and often form alliances with other members to explore special interests such as real estate, the stock market or building a business.
Playing Cashflow outdoors in summer
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Finding A Cashflow Club In Your Area
The Rich Dad web site now lists Cashflow clubs around the world. Just visit the site at RichDad.com and click on Our Community.Your Next Step:
If you can't find a club in your area, go to Google and search for 'cashflow club', along with the name of your city and state.
- Read Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad book series to become familiar with his wealth creation strategies.
- To purchase the Cashflow 101 game, visit Pow Wow Events in Australia or the Rich Dad web site in the United States.
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