Twickenham launches #sharetwickers campaign

10-Oct-16by Annie Byrne
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Last week saw Twickenham Experience partner up with their official caterers Levy Restaurants UK to launch the #sharetwickers campaign, at an exclusive VIP dinner for media in the England changing rooms at Twickenham Stadium.

 

With a strong focus on food and culinary experiences at the stadium, the campaign aims to highlight and capture the emotion behind the experience at the iconic venue, whether attending for business or pleasure.

James Lee, head of sales and marketing at Twickenham Experience, said: “People who come to Twickenham Stadium are drawn by the vibrant passion that is integral to the game of rugby. When it comes to business events here, we know that the hallowed turf inspires even the non-rugby enthusiast. We want to encourage delegates, fans and celebratory diners to share what makes Twickenham special to them.

“Great food is a key aspect at the heart of a great experience, whether for a business event or attending match day hospitality. Our corporate clients are often amazed when they see how many match day covers we serve, often in the thousands and all of the highest quality. We wanted to shine a light on our food offering and encourage our guests to share their experiences."

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