Greyhound Race Night for Sheffield Hospitals Charity

19th August 2012

On Tuesday 19 June, Sheffield Hospitals Charity is taking over Owlerton Stadium for the evening with an aim of raising £4,000 for the charity.

Tickets are priced at just £3 and all proceeds will be donated directly to the Charity. Tickets include entry to the stadium to watch all of the 16 races, a race card and access to the stands and the Paddock bar. Your business can also get involved to make it a night out for staff. Sponsorship opportunities are available and include sponsoring a racing greyhound for just £20, sponsoring a race for £150 or sponsoring the event itself for £500. Each of these packages offers an excellent opportunity to promote your business to the crowd of attendees and includes free tickets for you and your colleagues. To buy tickets or to find out more details contact our Jamie Strachan on 0114 271 1383 or email Jamie.strachan@shct.nhs.uk

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