Win a two-night stay at the Hilton Amsterdam in the HA Ball prize draw

27 September 2011 by
Win a two-night stay at the Hilton Amsterdam in the HA Ball prize draw

A two-night stay at the Hilton Amsterdam is just one of several top prizes available in the £20 prize draw at this this year's Hospitality Action Ball.

The industry charity's fundraising event will take place at the Lancaster London on Friday 21 October.

Other prizes in the draw include:

• A football match at Arsenal's Emirates stadium from the comfort of a 15-seat private box, complete with full hospitality
• A Champagne weekend for two at the Goring hotel and dinner at Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley
• Two tickets for next year's Open Golf Championship at Royal Lytham, with full hospitality

The evening will start at 7pm with a Champagne reception sponsored by Brita, followed by a gourmet four-course meal including wine. United Coffee and William Murray Communications are respectively sponsoring the two Ambassador and President's awards.

Last year, the HA Ball saw £100,000 raised for charity.

To secure your place at this year's event and show your support, contact Shiva Hobson on 020 8652 3094 or email

Tickets are priced at £185 each or £1,800 for a table of 10.

By Neil Gerrard

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