HOSPITALITY FINDER IN THE NEWS
Zara, 38, looked elegant for the fourth and final day of the races in a purple Claire Mischevani coat and a Sarah Cant hat. The mum-of-two accessorised with a pair of pointed Carvela heels and a metallic Aspinal clutch bag. Her husband Mike Tindall, dressed in a dark charcoal coat, has been sharing the highlights of his week in The Green Room at Cheltenham on Instagram. The couple have attended the festival every day this week, after Zara became a racecourse director in January.
The former sportsman was reunited with fellow rugby players Tom Curry, Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Ben Earl, Elliot Daly and Lawrence Dallaglio in The Green Room at the racecourse. Mike also shared a photo of himself with wife Zara, who looked elegant in a navy coat from Guinea London and a statement headband by Juliette Botterill. He captioned the images: "Fantastic first day of Cheltenham! Great to see the @englandrugby lads in the @hospitalityfinder Green Room. No winners but there is always today!!"
"As the National Football League (NFL) London Games took place in early October, the corporate hospitality company Hospitality Finder said that they had seen a huge rise in demand for corporate tickets over the last seven years."
"The rise of Mercedes in F1 from 1994-2019, by Hospitality Finder"
"Bosses at Hospitality Finder have announced that since 2012 the corporate hospitality company has seen a 2100% rise in ticket sales for the National Football League’s (NFL) London Games."
"Corporate hospitality sales for NFL games - which return to London this weekend - have soared in recent years, according to a Maidstone based firm selling seats at top events."
"England's victory in the Cricket World Cup has sent the sale of corporate hospitality packages soaring, according to a leading Kent-based hospitality firm. Hospitality Finder, based in Maidstone, says sales since the thrilling final on July 14 - which saw England win in the most dramatic style after a 'super over' against New Zealand - shot up 65% in the remainder of the month, compared to the same time last year."
"England’s victory in the Cricket World Cup has sent the sale of corporate hospitality packages soaring, according to a leading Kent-based hospitality firm. Hospitality Finder."
Joining Louisa Britton this week are Jason Towell from Cripps, Matthew Russell from Copper Rivet Distillery and Marko Laganaro from Hospitality Finder. You can watch the full TV show here.
"A former Formula One ace has signed up as the latest ambassador for a major hospitality firm. Johnny Herbert, who raced from 1989 to 2000 in F1, has joined Maidstone-based Hospitality Finder's Green Room events as its official ambassador for motorsport."
"Maidstone-based Hospitality Finder have announced that the former Formula One driver Johnny Herbert has signed as their official ambassador for motorsport. Johnny, who raced in Formula One from 1989 to 2000, will be joining Hospitality Finder’s Green Room events to entertain guests for the F1 Monaco GP and the British GP at Silverstone."
"A rugby legend paid a visit to Maidstone to coach the stars of tomorrow and pass on his biggest tips. World Cup Winner Mike Tindall, brand ambassador for Hospitality Finder who helped make the visit possible, helped out with two sessions last week. Sutton Valence School pupils were treated to a training session before former England captain travelled to Maidstone Rugby Club where he met youngsters from the youth squad."
City A.M. | October 2018
"The Green Room offering was impeccible, so much so that we missed a couple of sixes and wickets feasting and listening to anecdotes from England cricketing legends. While well renumerated for their time, I'm sure, it was the sportsmen that really elevated the entire experience. We may not have seen Cook score a century on the day, but we got to boo a future Prime Minister and you can't ask for more than that."
Read the full City A.M. article here.
The Irish Times | March 2018
As for Mullins:
We were lucky enough to have passes for the Green Room. I’d never heard of it, but it’s a big corporate hospitality area, and celebrities were being interviewed, like Lawrence Dallaglio and Mike Tindall, and Ronan Keating sang The Fields of Athenry. It was a fantastic end to a great day, principally having a very warm place to drink while waiting for the traffic to subside
…and they will be bringing it to some of Britain’s top sporting fixtures that feature in Sloaney Season. Mike Tindall is also a crucial member of the team and The Green Room has been created to offer guests a luxurious hospitality experience as well as the opportunity to mingle with famous faces
GuerillaScope | January 2018
Hospitality Finder, the UK’s fastest growing corporate entertainment provider, is to launch its first TV advertising campaign with Guerillascope.
Scheduled to debut on Sunday, January 14th, the 30-second spots will air across a targeted channel mix that includes Channel 5, ITV4, Sky Sports, BT Sports and At The Races. The campaign seeks to raise awareness of the brand’s ultra-exclusive Green Room suites, in front of its core customer base of ABC1 men.
Thinking Business Kent | December 2017
Hospitality Finder is currently the fastest growing independent hospitality company in the UK - a position which has been well earned through our passion and determination to succeed. Our dedication to providing exclusive hospitality for an unparalleled spectrum of events has been a key factor in our rise to the top of our field.
South East Business | September 2017
International rugby player Mike Tindall kept delegates on a hospitality golf day amused with tales from his World Cup days. Tindall, who was a member of the 2003 Rugby World Cup squad won by England, was guest speaker at the Hospitality Finder members' day at London Golf Club and shared the stage with Strictly Come Dancing professional Anton du Beke.
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