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PROMOTION


SPOR TING VENUES


CAPACITY VARIOUS


DISCOVER THE BEST-KEPT SECRET IN TENNIS THIS SUMMER


COST £259pp


BNP Paribas Tennis Classic Hurlingham Club, London


18-22 June 2013 VIP packages start from £259 + VAT per person Tel: 020 8233 5838 Email: emily.rubin@imgworld.com bnpparibastennisclassic.com


Treat your clients to a VIP experience this June with fi rst-class cuisine and


exceptional tennis from some of the game‘s biggest stars – past and present. The exquisite Hurlingham Club is one of the most exclusive members‘ clubs in the


country, set in 42 acres of magnifi cent grounds nestled on the banks of the Thames. Its striking Georgian clubhouse provides a picturesque backdrop for summer entertaining in the heart of London. From the fi rst sip of Champagne on the lawn to the sumptuous strawberries and cream on offer, this is a quintessentially English day out at its most indulgent. The Hurlingham Club’s intimate setting


provides the perfect opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy quality time with your guests, meet the star players and create memories that will last a lifetime. VIP packages include an


outstanding dining experience in the beautifully furnished dining rooms, and direct access to centre court‘s best seats, where clients can watch the world-class action in exclusive surroundings. This is a unique and prestigious


opportunity to treat your clients like VIPs this summer. Discover the secret.


For more information please contact Emily Rubin on 020 8233 5838 or email emily.rubin@ imgworld.com


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