RBS 6 Nations 2006 Hospitality for Wales Home Internationals
15 February 2006 00:00am
Cardiff Blues offer comprehensive hospitality packages including match tickets for this seasons RBS Six Nations championship.
With victory over Scotland following defeat to England Wales are aiming to defend their Championship crown. In March Wales will host: Italy and France.
The prime location of the Arms Park, the home of Cardiff Blues, adjoining the Millennium Stadium makes it the ideal venue for entertaining and with seven Cardiff Blues players named in the Wales squad, where better to enjoy pre and post match hospitality.
Hospitality Package to include -
• Comfortable surroundings of dedicated hospitality area in the Arms Park, (adjacent to Millennium Stadium)
• Drinks reception
• Four course luncheon, served with wine
• Complimentary bar throughout the day
• Match ticket
• Official Souvenir Match Programme
• Guest Speaker
• Post match Snacks
Wales 6 Nations Home International Fixtures 2006
Wales v Italy - Saturday 11th March
Wales v France - Saturday 18th March
Prices on application. For more information please contact Sales & Marketing on 029 2030 2060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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