Business Blog

Breathe in the Royal Ascot 2017 Atmosphere

, / 902 0

Royal Ascot was inaugurated by Queen Anne on 11th August 1711, 7 horses participated in 3 4 mile races to determine the overall winner of the 100 Guineas. Since then it has steadily grown in popularity, prestige and prominence in the racing and social calendars.

Royal Ascot is a chance to see and be seen, from society names to celebrities to royalty, trainers to jockeys, the array of leading names who frequent Royal Ascot is tempting enough even before you add sport in to the mix.

Don’t watch on television, attend between the 20th-24th June and breathe in the atmosphere with Royal Ascot hospitality and corporate hospitality packages that will captivate.  

2017 will feature the traditional plethora of races and undoubtedly a few fashion intrigues in the crowds. Take your place in the state of the art facilities with excellent views of the racing, the royal procession and the summer fashion trends.

Frankie Dettori and Ryan Moore, Lester Piggott and Willie Carson have enjoyed success at this important event. Who is your money on in 2017?

The four enclosures at Royal Ascot:

Queen Anne Enclosure – From here, mix with the crowds and be close to the runners and riders.

Village Enclosure – This is a new area with a unique view of the racing and the royal procession.

Windsor Enclosure – This is close to the royal procession and the final straight.

Royal Enclosure – This enclosure is by invitation only so you can’t enjoy Royal Ascot corporate hospitality here (unless you have received a missive from the palace.)

Why use corporate hospitality packages from an event company like DTB Sports and Events?

It may sound mercenary but by taking one or more business associates, clients or management to an exhilarating sports event in the finest surroundings with professionally arranged Royal Ascot hospitality, the initial expenditure is often repaid several times over in future business.

People like to be asked about their interests, they appreciate the face time and you take them away from the work environment to watch something they enjoy.

80% of business leaders at the Rugby World Cup in 2015 believed that corporate hospitality was an integral and wholly positive marketing tool with an excellent return on investment. If you aren’t currently investing in corporate hospitality, you could be losing business.  

Loyalty and forging stronger business relationships is vital.  

This is one of the tempting Royal Ascot hospitality packages available, as you can see it offers so much more than an entry ticket.

New for 2017: The Lawn Club.

  • The Lawn Club is situated at the end of the Grandstand.
  • Admission to the picturesque Queen Anne Enclosure.
  • There’s a decking area for viewing.
  • Colour TV monitors.
  • Allocated tables.
  • A cold buffet lunch.
  • Afternoon cheeseboard.
  • A complimentary bar – wines, beers & soft drinks.
  • Car parking (1:2 guests.)
  • Racecard and racing newspapers.

Whatever your budget, aspirations and goals, there is a package available from an event company that you and your guests will appreciate. Remember, shared memories of Royal Ascot hospitality unite enterprises.