Leicestershire County Cricket Club forms partnership with Thomas Cook Sport

January 28, 2017

 

Leicestershire County Cricket Club have entered into an exciting 3-year partnership with Thomas Cook Sport, the UK’s leading Sports Tour Operator dedicated to taking fans to live sporting events.

The arrangement will see the Thomas Cook Sport Terrace launched at the Fischer County Ground for a selection of NatWest T20 Blast fixtures in 2017. 

 

The Thomas Cook Sport Terrace provides a unique low level hospitality offering, perfect for watching and entertaining equally. It features sofa seating, picnic tables, exclusive cash bar, welcome drink, gourmet picnic hamper and access to a Grandstand seat.   

 

The Thomas Cook Sport Terrace will be officially unveiled at our opening NatWest T20 Blast game against Northants Steelbacks on Friday, July 21 and is also open at the following matches:

 

Tues 25th July - Birmingham Bears
Wed 2nd Aug - Notts Outlaws
Sat 12 Aug - Yorkshire Vikings
Thurs 17th Aug - Derbyshire Falcons

 

Leicestershire CCC Commercial Director Jim Overend said: “We are delighted to partner with Thomas Cook Sport. We know that the Terrace concept has been extremely popular at other cricket venues across the country.

 

“This deal will enhance the club’s hospitality offering and gives us the opportunity to partner with a company that is renowned for high quality customer service.”

Head of Thomas Cook Sport Rob Slawson said: “We’re proud to partner and work closely with Leicestershire County Cricket Club and to be able to extend our Terrace Hospitality offering to the Fischer County Ground. 

 

“We strongly believe the Thomas Cook Sport Terrace will prove a popular feature with cricket lovers of all ages, as it provides a unique way to watch all the excitement that T20 cricket offers.”

 

For more information about this great offering, visit: https://www.thomascooksport.com/Cricket/Thomas-Cook-Sport-Terrace-at-The-Fischer-County-Ground--Leicester
 
 

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