Lincolnshire companies are being urged to come to a special fixture at Market Rasen Racecourse in order entertain clients, staff and colleagues in a relaxed office away day.
Entitled ‘Bin the Boardroom’, the fixture on Friday, 11th May, is designed to assist organisations in building client relationships, rewarding loyalty or engaging their own staff and colleagues to both generate future growth and reinstate office motivation.
Visitors will enjoy a private hospitality suite with balcony viewing, a private bar, host and Tote betting facility, County Enclosure admission and a racecard programme for everyone, Champagne on arrival, a three-course a la carte meal, a racecourse cream tea, plus coffee and petit fours.
“Horse racing at Lincolnshire’s only racecourse is a great way to generate business leads, network and team build – and have a lot of fun at the same time. Such entertainment provides a real return on the experience. In a world where time is money, it’s crucial to select the correct event – and in Lincolnshire that’s when an afternoon at the races is an ideal choice.”
Market Rasen Racecourse, which is part of The Jockey Club, is staging 22 jump racing meetings in 2018 and is a leading conference and events centre in the East Midlands. It has been chosen by the Racehorse Owners Association as one of the top six smaller racecourses in Britain for the last three years. More information is available at www.marketrasenraces.co.uk.
The Jockey Club 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 we offer through racing, music, food and entertainment. Governed by Royal Charter, every penny we make goes back into British Racing to help the sport thrive. We were founded in 1750 and today we are the largest commercial group in Britain’s second-biggest spectator sport, operating 15 racecourses nationwide, The National Stud, Jockey Club Estates, Jockey Club Catering, Jockey Club Live and our charity, Racing Welfare. For more information visit www.thejockeyclub.co.uk.