Corporate Race Night

27th March 2019

Back by popular demand! Following the success of our corporate race night in 2018, Sheffield Chamber are delighted to announce the return of this event on Tuesday 18th June.

Join fellow Chamber members for a social networking evening at Owlerton Greyhound Stadium and receive VIP treatment in the comfort of a hospitality suite for a night of Greyhound Racing. Owlerton Stadium have kindly offered an exclusive package to Sheffield Chamber members for their Tuesday night racecard which includes; Admission Access to the corporate hospitality box with private balcony overlooking the track Hot & Cold Buffet Racecard Waiter service Personal bookmaker This fantastic package is just £13 per person for Chamber members! The corporate box has a capacity of 65 so please book early to avoid disappointment and join fellow Chamber members and Chamber staff to enjoy a social, summer evening with like minded business people.

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