Supporters of Cardiff Blues can enjoy the very best view in the house in real style on match days this season thanks to the newly created 'TWL Sky Lounge'.
With stunning panoramic views right across BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, the TWL Sky Lounge has been launched following an exciting new partnership between Cardiff Blues and TWL.
Based in Cardiff, TWL have been supplying and installing Mitel, Toshiba and Unify Telephone solutions across South Wales and the rest of the UK since 2003.
Now in their tenth year, TWL Voice and Data offer a whole host of products and services in addition to telephone systems. These include; business broadband, competitive rates on lines and calls as well as business mobiles and data cabling.
TWL are now the new title sponsors of the 'TWL Sky Lounge' where guests can watch all the rugby action on the field from the comfort of a spacious executive lounge on the halfway line raised high above the stadium pitch.
Cardiff Blues have also teamed up with Ten Mill Lane - one of the best nightspots in the Welsh capital - to offer visitors an unrivaled experience in the TWL Sky Lounge.
A stunning range of drinks from a bespoke cocktail list will be available and there is also the opportunity to purchase food from our official caterers Spiros.
Rhys Blumberg, Head of Sales & Marketing at Cardiff Blues, said: "We're absolutely delighted to announce the creation of the new TWL Sky Lounge at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park.
"Thanks to TWL and Ten Mill Lane we will be offering our guests a truly memorable and unrivalled matchday experience at Cardiff Blues with stunning views across the stadium pitch as Cardiff Blues play.
"I would like to thank TWL and Ten Mill Lane for their support and we now look forward to the business community and supporters enjoying this new hospitality package this season."
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