POLO BY THE SEA RETURNS TO HIGHLIGHT THE CORPORATE SOCIAL CALENDAR

POLO BY THE SEA RETURNS TO HIGHLIGHT THE CORPORATE SOCIAL CALENDAR

NOW IN its twelfth year, the popular Urban Polo circuit is returning to the Gold Coast, once again cementing itself on the social calendar with a premium and luxury platform for client entertainment.

The Ferrari Brisbane Polo by the Sea instalment of the circuit, held at The Spit, has forged a strong presence in a market previously dominated by sports including horse racing, motorsports, football and golf.

In 2016, the event was attended by a sold-out crowd of people who treated themselves to a day of luxury hospitality and sport, while rubbing shoulders with many of the Gold Coast's VIPs, dignitaries and business heavyweights.

This year, Polo by the Sea will take place on Saturday 27 May and is set to raise money for the event's official charity partner the Gold Coast Hospital Foundation.

Funds raised from general admission price and the Ferrari Brisbane VIP Marquee will go toward helping patients at public facilities including the Gold Coast University and Robina Hospitals.

For the first time, tickets to the VIP Marquee, which are usually reserved for event sponsors and Urban Polo Association members, are also available for general purchase.

As a part of the VIP experience guests can enjoy a gourmet menu, Pol Roger Champagne as well as a wine and beer selection, an exclusive meet-and-greet with polo players and access to the Polo After Party at The Star Gold Coast.

VIP tickets also include exclusive offers to purchase raffle tickets and bid for items in the auction. One of the prizes up for grabs is an exquisite bejewelled creation valued at $5,000 from major sponsor Calleija Jewellers.

Click here to find out more about the Ferrari Brisbane Polo by the Sea event and to purchase VIP Marquee tickets.

In partnership with the Gold Coast Hospital Foundation.

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