Only three spaces remain for ECC final hospitality
4 May 2006 16:46pm
THERE are now only three hospitality packages remaining for Gloucester's European Challenge Cup final against London Irish on Sunday, May 21.
The take-up for the event has been huge and Gloucester have one 10 seater, one 15 seater and one 20 seater package remaining.
As both Gloucester and London Irish have been given the same packages, all bookings must be confirmed by Monday, May 8.
The packages will include: 10 or 20 seater hospitality suite overlooking the pitch with private balcony, coffee and biscuits on arrival, selection of daily newspapers, champagne reception, complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks throughout the day, full breakfast brunch, VIP car parking and dedicated event hostesses in attendance.
For more information please contact Mandy Isom on 01452 300951 or 07970 869997.
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