Introducing the RSX 2016 Committee, the dedicated bunch of dancers who have tirelessly planned and schemed RSX in to being:
Project Manager, Marketing Coordinator
Hosting & Finance Coordinator
Venue & Music Coordinator
The RSX Committee is committed to helping out our guests, musicians, volunteers and hosts wherever possible.
Before the Event
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions webpage as the answer to your questions may be there. If not, feel free to get in touch via our Contact Us page. You can also message us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
At The Event
Our volunteers at the welcome/info desks can be found at every event venue. They can assist you with:
- Queries about event scheduling or locations
- Taxi numbers
- Recommendations and directions for local resources, including
places to eat, stay or parking
- Refilling an empty water tank, handling a spillage or any other health and safety concerns
You can identify our volunteers by their red ribbon sashes!
THE BIGGER THINGS
Our RSX Committee will be on hand throughout the event making sure
that everything runs smoothly. You can identify them by their red
RSX COMMITTEE sashes. Please speak to the committee if you have
any queries or concerns about the following:
- Health and safety
- Violations of the RSX Terms & Conditions including the Code of
RSX WELFARE OFFICER
RSX is commited to the welfare and wellbeing of all everyone involved with this event. Jean Harper is our impartial Welfare Officer for RSX 2016. Please feel free to get in touch with Jean during the event if you are not able to find or approach the RSX Committee for any reason and you have any concerns with regarding health and safety or violations of the RSX Code of Conduct.
Reading Swing Exchange memories will be recorded by the multi-talented Phill Brown, so if you’d like your photo taken please come and find Phill and of course, ask him for a dance too!
Please Note: There will be some photography and video filming at each of our
events for future event promotions.