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Rugby Hospitality Venues Surpass Expectations

When you choose to host a corporate hospitality or private party event at an iconic rugby stadium you expect the play to be of the highest quality and the off-pitch facilities to offer more than a place to loiter.
Unsurprisingly, world class rugby hospitality venues are designed with the visitor in mind and form a hugely positive part of the overall experience. From networking spaces to Wi-Fi connectivity, brand advertising to meeting legends of the sport, attending rugby events with the benefits of hospitality packages cannot be beaten.
Professional rugby events specialists including DTB Sports and Events can tailor make packages, or you can take advantage of the pre-built experiences; in both instances, expectations will be met and exceeded.

Corporate hospitality benefits include a high return on investment; spending time face to face with someone rather than opting for digital communications garners praise, loyalty and brand awareness. You show that you want to spend social time with a business associate, offer them a rewarding day away from the work environment and share experiences, with a little business talk if desired.
Private parties are treated like VIP’s too; from start to finish of their time at the rugby hospitality venue there’ll be no disappointments. Just the best of everything.
In Autumn 2018 the Autumn Internationals are the focus for rugby enthusiasts and next spring sees the last Six Nations Championships before the Rugby World Cup Japan due to take place in September 2019.
Domestic and international signings updates abound; in early August, new Sale winger Chris Ashton returned to the UK rugby events after a spell in Toulon and has been recalled to the England squad, much to his surprise. His inclusion in the 44-man training squad means that he could soon be engaged in the Autumn Internationals and Six Nations, perhaps in Japan.
Will you be watching his and England’s progress?
Don’t forget that top flight rugby events take place not only at Twickenham but at BT Murrayfield in Scotland, the Principality Stadium in Wales, the Aviva Stadium in Ireland and, if you want to travel further afield, the Stade de France and the Stadio Olimpico, in Paris and Rome respectively, offer exciting possibilities.
Each of these rugby hospitality venues has everything that you and your party require to enjoy a memorable, positive day.
The domestic stadiums are also improving their facilities; the initial designs for Bath's new “community focused” stadium have been revealed. Leisure and sports facilities, an underground car park and regeneration by the riverside have been welcomed, with a few reservations about the views from inside and outside the venue.
Bath Rugby chief executive Tarquin McDonald told the BBC: "This is a really important site in the middle of a really important city and there's a unique sense of ownership that everyone feels in Bath and we need to involve everyone in the design process."
Ensure that you and your guests visit prestigious, well maintained, inspiring venues and witness excellence on and off the pitch. Please call DTB Sports and Events today for more rugby hospitality events details.

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