GT&T / Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship…
By Rawle Welch
Already promising a high-class finale to the GT&T / Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor
Racing Championship, the local organisers have retained the services of some of the best hospitality, catering and entertainment providers in the country.
Because of the large influx of overseas-based fans that are expected to converge at the South Dakota Circuit on Sunday, November 13 to witness the final leg of the Caribbean Series, the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) have decided to pull out all the stops by drafting in reputable hospitality and catering services provider Rent-a-Tent to supply patrons wishing to view the races in comfort and style, a luxurious atmosphere where they are guaranteed a high level of service within the 5,000 sq ft VIP Pavilion at an affordable price of $20,000 per person, whilst a child under-16 is $10,000 and those below the age of six are free.
The services on offer are hot breakfast, buffet lunch and snacks all day and that includes tea, coffee, juices and premium beverages, mist cooled viewing gallery, local and international cocktail bar, supervised children’s Play Park, secure parking lot, air conditioned washroom facilities and an hourly shuttle to the pit area to interact with the competitors.
According to Rent-a-Tent’s Ray Rahaman this is not the first time that the entity has been involved in such activity, citing last year’s VIP Pavilion as an example of the top class services that were on display and commended by all who enjoyed the facility.
He said that last year’s effort which was an overwhelming success served as the litmus test and they are ever more determined this year to surpass the previous one through the provision of services that will be second to none relating that it is all about showcasing Guyanese standards, facilities and hospitality.
Asked to comment on what are some of the special qualities that will guarantee patronage, Rahaman spoke of a comfortable ambience, the luxury of witnessing the races from the best vantage point, a fully supervised entertainment centre for the children, an all-inclusive food and beverage facility and the Motorsports Party atmosphere.
He also revealed that priority will be given to families, while urging local patrons to snap up tickets early avoiding the disappointment of being left without, as the huge overseas contingent will be here by Thursday.
Another main attraction is the hourly shuttling of patrons into the pits for brief interactions with the competitors.
Race Fans will also have an opportunity to enjoy the Pavilion during the time trials held on the Saturday before race day where food and beverages will be on sale.
Only 400 patrons will be accommodated in the Pavilion and only tickets sold prior to race day are assured of entry.
Meanwhile, Robbie Singh of Pulse Entertainment is promising a wide array of music all day long that will keep the patrons well engaged.
Miguel Gurchuran of E-Tec Marketing informed that models and cheer leaders alike 20/20 cricket and F1 Racing will be adding unique entertainment throughout the day. Persons wishing more information or to purchase tickets should make contact with Miguel or Evie on Tele# 225-0241, 685-1000 or Rent-a-Tent on 225-7063, 640-5555.
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