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Still time to enter Hospitality Action's It's A Knockout

16 April 2008 by

Time is fast running out to enter a team in this year's Hospitality Action (HA) "It's a Knockout" event with the deadline just over a week away.

The event, which raises crucial funds to help HA repair the lives of those in the industry that have fallen on hard times, will be held on Thursday 15 May in London's Holland Park.

Last year saw P&G Professional Fairies walk away with the top prize at the competition, which will once again include a wide range of games featuring inflatables, foam and a healthy dose of competition.

The £750 team entry fee includes drink and food to keep you going throughout the fun and games of the afternoon.


Call 020 3004 5504 or e-mail Hospitality Action - by 25 April to secure your place.

The tournament is co-sponsored by William Murray PR and Jellybean Creative.

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