Just when you thought CRN’s portfolio of events couldn’t get any crazier – we launch a brand new one - Darts Night.
Darts has been through a massive revival recently and the sport has never been more popular, with over 3.6m people watching this year’s two World Championship finals and the Premier League selling out the largest arenas across the UK.
Set to take place on 18 September at a central London location yet to be revealed, CRN Darts night is going to be a high octane event guaranteed to get the competitive juices flowing. Guests will be treated to a champagne reception, plenty of wine and a gourmet dinner [or perhaps chicken in a basket – ed]
On the night, the plan is to have up to 24 teams of two people taking part. These can be selected either through some knock-out heats locally to each team, or alternatively take part in a pre-qualifier match on the night itself.
Once selected the teams will battle it out on the main stage in a proper game of 501 darts.
Not only that, but the event is being organised through professional darts talent agency, Modus Entertainment, who will bring two well-known darts professionals along on the night.
The professionals will mingle with guests, offer advice to players and play an exhibition match after the main stage final.
Colin Logan, CRN’s sales manager said: “CRN Darts Night will be a great way to entertain partners and staff – this has a participation element never seen before at a corporate event – literally anyone can take part on the night.
“This is the first of its kind for the channel – it will be a great night out, a chance to network with peers and see professional darts players up close and in action,” he added.
To find out more, contact Colin Logan for sponsorship and general enquiries: [email protected]
Or for table sales contact Steve Hands: [email protected]
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