Sensis Announces Partnership With Australian Turf Club Across The Sydney Autumn Carnival

Sensis Announces Partnership With Australian Turf Club Across The Sydney Autumn Carnival
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As racing fever sweeps across Sydney this autumn racing season, marketing services provider, Sensis, has announced a partnership with the Australian Turf Club (ATC) that includes trackside presence and corporate hospitality never experienced before at Royal Randwick.

The focal point of the Sensis sponsorship will be an exclusive trackside chalet on The Championships Day 2, Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes Day, with the company hosting 200 of Sydney’s A-list personalities from the worlds of music, fashion, tech innovation, food and business.

Guests will enjoy premium and leading edge hospitality as they watch the Sensis Sapphire Stakes Group 2 race from the chalet, located in prime position near the winning post. This prestigious race is run over a distance of 1200 metres and worth $300,000 in prize money.

Sensis chief executive officer, John Allan said, “We are delighted to be partnering with the ATC for the Sydney Autumn Carnival, which engages and entertains thousands of consumers over the six week event series.

“Not only is it an opportunity to connect racegoers with our leading digital innovations, but it provides us with one of Sydney’s best event experiences to host and thank our important business partners.”

The Sensis marquee will be the place to be seen on Saturday April 9, with popular actor and DJ Alex Dimitriades performing exclusively for guests; the first of many exciting acts and experiences to be announced in the coming week.

Setting new standards for racing entertainment, the recent multi-million dollar redevelopment at Royal Randwick has transformed this prestigious location into a flourishing social scene, enriched by over 35 bars and restaurants, reserved dining establishments and cutting edge facilities for members and racegoers alike.

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