Grow Exeter | Jun 14, 2019 | 0
Building connections at Exeter’s Business Raceday
Local businesses from the property and construction sector will be given the chance to showcase ongoing projects in the region at Exeter Racecourse’s first ever Property and Construction Raceday on Monday 18th March 2019.
Interest in the raceday from the local businesses has been unprecedented with enquiries from a cross-section of companies in the industry including estate agents, conveyancing solicitors, and construction companies.
The racecourse’s Hannah Hawkins, who is coordinating the event, said:
“This type of raceday has already proved popular in other areas of the country, particularly the south-east of England, so we thought it would provide a great chance for West Country businesses to be given a similar opportunity and we’ve been delighted with the response.
“The event will be held in our stunning track-side River Rooms that has a full balcony giving spectacular views over the course. The strength of business in property and construction world is a credit to the region so, and I hope the day will be buzzing with all the new ideas and projects that are happening in the south-west, while enabling guests to make valuable new connections.”
The hospitality includes a three-course meal, complimentary drinks, and opportunity to a VIP experience such as exclusive race naming rights, a chance to present to winning race connections and some valuable brand exposure.
“We’ve been so delighted with the response that we are already pencilling in further dates to enable our West Country-based businesses to network and come racing.”
For further details contact Hannah Hawkins on 01392 832599 or email Hannah on email@example.com
About The Jockey Club
Exeter is part of The Jockey Club which stages thrilling sporting occasions including The Randox Health Grand National, The Cheltenham Festival and The Investec Derby.
Millions of people every year enjoy the special experiences The Jockey Club offers through racing, music, food and entertainment. Governed by Royal Charter, every penny made goes back into British Racing to help the sport thrive.
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