Posted on Apr 07, 2015 in Firm News
Tables for Dundee's Sports Challenge Charity Dinner have almost sold out, four weeks before the event is due to take place.
Organised by leading investment firm, Thorntons Investment Management, the black tie evening will see guests challenge each other in a Question of Sport style quiz on Thursday 7 May, at the Apex City Quay Hotel.
All proceeds from the night will be donated to local charity, The ARCHIE Foundation of Tayside Children's Hospital at Ninewells and Children's Aid, a group which supports numerous children's charities across Scotland.
Back to host the evening for the second year is British Lion rugby legend, Andy Nicol, who will be joined by former Scotland footballer and Sky Sports pundit, Alan McInally.
Stephen Webster, chief executive of Thorntons Investment Management, said: "The demand for tickets for our second Sports Challenge Charity Dinner has been incredible and with four weeks still to go before the night we are thrilled that tables have almost sold out.
"If people are still looking to attend they need to get in fast as once all the tickets have gone, that's it.
"Last year's event was a great success and we are looking forward to another brilliant night of entertainment while raising much needed cash for ARCHIE's."
There will be a number of prizes to be won on the evening including; VIP tickets to the Scottish Cup Final and hospitality at The Open in St Andrews; in addition the overall champions take home the 'Dundee Sports Challenge' trophy as well as the honour of being the top sports brains in Tayside.
Tables of 10 are priced at £1,000 which includes a drinks reception, canapés on arrival and a three course dinner.
There are also a number of sponsorship opportunities available for key parts of the dinner for local businesses to get involved with.
To reserve a table for this event, or find out more information, please call Jane Davidson or Claire Ross at Thorntons on 01382 229111 or email email@example.com
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