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Corporate Hospitality for the World Darts Championship

If you love darts or know someone who does then why not visit the Alexandra Palace in London between the 17th December 2016 and 3rd January 2017 to witness darts professionals excel at their sport.

Players at the PDC World Darts Championship compete for the Sid Waddell trophy; any darts fan will remember him as a commentating hero.  In 2012 the trophy was renamed in his honour.

The William Hill PDC World Darts Championship is organised by the Professional Darts Corporation and it’s an important sports event because it is one of two World Professional Dart Championships to be held annually.

The other is the British Darts Organisation’s World Darts Championship which follows on from the PDC competition.

This takes place at Frimley Green in Surrey between the 7th January and 15th January 2017.

Darts players who compete at the PDC championship are not eligible to compete at the BDO event in the same year.

This is a result of the World Darts Council, now the PDC, and BDO discussions and settlement in which, subject to eligibility, players choose which event they enter themselves in to.

The current champion of the PDC event is Gary Anderson but Phil Taylor has dominated the competition since its first year. He has won 14 times in 23 appearances and the last time was in 2013.

This dominance has meant that so far there have only been 7 champions.

The 2016 championship has a prize fund of £1.5 million and from this pot the winner takes home £300000 which is a healthy prize for sporting excellence.

Sports event management companies offer corporate hospitality packages that enrich the spectacle. Why watch the darts normally when you can watch them in style with perks?

Packages have been popular since their launches in summer 2016 so if you want to be there to see the greats and whether Phil Taylor can win his 15th title then don’t hesitate to book your special place.

Specialist sports event hospitality companies including the London based DTB Sports and Events have a range of beneficial corporate hospitality packages to choose from.

For example, this package from DTB costs from £180. (This is darts, what other price would you expect?) You won’t be disappointed.

Expert sports event firms fully understand what visitors want from their experience.

Your package includes:

  • A champagne reception on arrival.
  • Two course lunch or dinner served prior to darts sessions.
  • Complimentary wine, beer & soft drinks.
  • Exclusive access to William Hill bookmaker in the VIP area.
  • Reserved prime location VIP seating close to the walk-on area.
  • A dedicated entrance.
  • Souvenir programme.
  • Appearances by darts legends.

Sports event management firms will take a pleasant day in to the realms of wondrous and if you are seeking to impress a business contact, client, a board member, team member or even a personal acquaintance corporate hospitality here will certainly achieve that for you.

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