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Bumble will take naming rights of Race 1 on Lexus Melbourne Cup Day, the Bumble Stakes, with guests cheering the race on at 10.50am.
The Bumble Stakes is a race that's exclusively for two-year-old fillies (female horses), which is appropriate given Bumble's Australian operations launched almost two years ago – meaning the app launched here around the same time the competing horses were born.
Led by Michelle Battersby of Bumble, the girl powered team includes Courtney Mc Cann of OMG Events, graphic designer Kim Lea, photographer Gabrielle Connole, DJ duo Savannah Ofei and Briony Ofei of Kinder, catering by Peter Rowland, led by CEO Emma Yee, and Judi Hausmann, founder and CEO of brand experience agency Banter and strategic communications agency Hausmann.
Also attending is Bumble’s Founder and CEO, Whitney Wolfe Herd, who will make her first trip to Australia to take part in the festivities, alongside Chief of Brand Alexandra Williamson.
Bumble will be hosting strong empowered women throughout the carnival, including Georgia Love, Rebecca Judd, Brooke Hogan, Laura Henshaw, Steph Claire Smith, Tahnee Atkinson and Pia Muehlenbeck.
The audience was enamored with her on-screen presence for more than 2 years, particularly for dating one of her male co-stars, Myles Barnett, and being one of the youngest participants in the TV show. She has also amassed a large fanbase online with more than 600k followers on Instagram and more than 200k followers on Twitter, primarily due to her passion for health and fitness, as well as beauty, traveling, and fashion.
Courtney Green Courtney Green leads an extremely active life, which is also evident by her gym sessions during the reality-TV series.