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Keith Prowse announces new hospitality packages at Twickenham

Keith Prowse, the official hospitality provider at Twickenham Stadium, has launched new packages for the 2014 QBE Internationals and 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championships, ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

A total of 82,000 rugby fans attend these matches, so Keith Prowse has designed exclusive days that help hospitality guests get closer to the action. On offer are official seats, food, service, and guest speakers including Lawrence Dallaglio and Austin Healey.

“Following the success of last year’s hospitality offering at Twickenham, we faced a considerable challenge to create something that surpasses it,” said Keith Prowse managing director Neil MacLaurin. “Drawing on the team’s talent and expertise, we’ve pulled out all the stops to develop packages that put the guest very much at the centre of the experience.”

A 2014 survey, conducted by Keith Prowse, of 352 company directors, managers and partners claims that a day at Twickenham provides hosts approximately seven hours of face time with key clients. 


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Keith Prowse announces new hospitality packages at Twickenham

Keith Prowse, the official hospitality provider at Twickenham Stadium, has launched new packages for the 2014 QBE Internationals and 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championships, ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

A total of 82,000 rugby fans attend these matches, so Keith Prowse has designed exclusive days that help hospitality guests get closer to the action. On offer are official seats, food, service, and guest speakers including Lawrence Dallaglio and Austin Healey.

“Following the success of last year’s hospitality offering at Twickenham, we faced a considerable challenge to create something that surpasses it,” said Keith Prowse managing director Neil MacLaurin. “Drawing on the team’s talent and expertise, we’ve pulled out all the stops to develop packages that put the guest very much at the centre of the experience.”

A 2014 survey, conducted by Keith Prowse, of 352 company directors, managers and partners claims that a day at Twickenham provides hosts approximately seven hours of face time with key clients. 


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