AS OFFICIAL EVENT PARTNER
Financial management experts Brewin Dolphin have joined
forces with the Canary Wharf Squash Classic as Official Event
Partners of London’s most popular tournament.
With the 2015 tournament a complete sell-out, Tournament
Director Tim Garner was delighted to announce this new
partnership with one of London’s oldest and most prestigious
financial institutions. Founded in 1762, Brewin Dolphin has 28
offices throughout the UK.
Garner said: “The success of the tournament, and its setting
in such a wonderful venue at the East Wintergarden, in the heart
of Canary Wharf’s financial district, makes the Canary Wharf
Squash Classic an attractive vehicle for sponsors.
“We are delighted to welcome Brewin Dolphin as Official Event
Partners and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Alistair Beattie, a divisional director at Brewin
Dolphin, said: “We are pleased to be associated with such a
well-established and popular tournament. The standard of play
produced by the leading professionals delivers phenomenal skill
and entertainment for the spectators.
We are very much looking forward to our partnership with one of
the most successful tournaments in the world of squash.”
The 2015 Canary Wharf Classic takes place from March 23-27 and
“This week the attention of the squash world is on the JP Morgan
Tournament of Champions, which is taking place inside Grand
Central Terminal in New York.
“Many of those players will also be competing at Canary Wharf.
The two tournaments have a lot in common, being the only two
major events in squash that sell out every ticket, every day.”
Tickets for the 2015 Canary Wharf Classic have sold out but a
waitlist is open in case any tickets are returned.
The fabulous East Wintergarden also offers superb opportunities
for corporate hospitality, with the gallery restaurant offering
“the best view of squash anywhere in the world” according to
former world champion Peter Nicol.
The qualifying competition takes place at Wimbledon Racquets and
Fitness Club over the weekend of March 21-22 with four winners
joining the top 12 seeds in the main draw.