Not everyone can make it out to Japan for the Rugby World Cup but most of our Sport for Business members and readers will want to tune in to see the opening game against Scotland on the morning of Sunday, September 22nd.
We have teamed up with Conor Mallaghan at Carton House and Liam Walsh of Respect to bring your attention to a special way of watching the game in the company of some Rugby legends, and all for a very good cause.
It could be a great way to engage key customers or reward staff who have put in hard yards over the summer and who would remeber for a long time to come where they were when ireland’s Rugby World Cup bid began in earnest.
The game will be shown on big screens at Carton House after a Champagne Breakfast. There wil be pre and post match analysis of the game from 92 times capped Irish International Malcolm O’Kelly.
There will be other special guests from the sport in attendance and devin Toner has thrown his weight behind it as well.
“I am delighted to support and endorse this great fundraising initiative for Respect”, he said. “This is a fantastic way to kick off the Rugby World cup with a unique event in a great venue that I know only too well. I’ve no doubt there will be a brilliant atmosphere.”
There will be an auction of exclusive Irish Rugby memorabilia through the morning and all proceeds will go towards the work of respect.
Tickets are €100 each or €1000 for a table of ten but as part of our Sport for Business Experience membership benefits we have secured a 10 per cent discount for members.
Simply quote Sport for Business at time of booking and you can enjoy this special discount on what promises to be a special morning.
Image Credits: Respect