Gloucester Rugby are delighted to invite supporters to the Prestigious Black Tie End of Season Awards Dinner on Wednesday 12th May at Kingsholm.
The evening will be an opportunity to reflect on the highs and lows of the 2009/10 season in the company of the Gloucester Rugby first team squad and coaching staff.
The evening will kick off with a champagne reception in the Cathedral View lounge before guests make their way up to the Star Suite for a three course dinner and an evening of entertainment.
Each table will be hosted by 2 Gloucester Rugby 1st XV players and the evening includes a delicious 3 course meal followed by an after dinner speaker and awards including try of the season will be voted on throughout the evening.
The black tie event will include:
- Drinks reception and three course meal
- Guest MC & Speaker
- Players Awards
- Match Action Highlights
- Memorabilia auction
- Two players per table
Price: Table of 10 plus 2 players - £895 including VAT or £100 per person including VAT.
There are sponsorship opportunities available to sponsor an award or the event. To discuss further please call to Pete Grzonka 01452 872257
For more information or to book a table or place please contact Clare Reader on 0871 871 8781 option 6 or email email@example.com
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