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Chamber Members’ Exclusive New York Stadium Preview

posted 13 Apr 2012, 06:58 by RiDO Rotherham   [ updated 13 Apr 2012, 07:01 ]
Chamber members from across Barnsley and Rotherham have been given a sneak preview of the £20m New York Stadium at an exclusive event.

More than 100 Chamber members attended the presentation evening at the Holiday Inn, in Rotherham, to find out more about the stadium’s state-of-the-art facilities.
Four years after leaving Millmoor, Rotherham United are returning to the heart of the town and will be moving into the 12,000-seater New York Stadium this summer.
The iconic development, on the site of the former Guest and Chrimes Foundry, is already creating massive interest amongst supporters and is seen by the business community as an economic regenerator.
Andrew Denniff, the Chamber's Executive Director, said: “This is a unique opportunity for businesses across the region to be a part of an exciting new era. The new stadium and its facilities look superb and will present a wealth of opportunities.
“It will not only bring more people into Rotherham but it will provide a focal point for huge investment in town. The club should be applauded for making this development happen and it will act as a catalyst for enthusiasm and opportunity across the town.”
The centerpiece of the stadium is the 1925 Club, the crowning glory of Rotherham’s matchday hospitality facilities, which include the finest seats in the best locations to see all the sporting action along with the exquisitely designed exclusive ‘1925 Club’ restaurants and bars.
Located within walking distance of Rotherham’s central train station, the stadium will feature exhibition and banqueting spaces for 400 corporate guests.
1925 Club membership is fully transferable and can be shared with clients or staff and also provides networking opportunities and priority booking for other 1925 events.
Call 0844 225 1925 or email for more information.
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