Business Open House at the Grand River Raceway
The Business Open House at Grand River Raceway will not be your typical networking event. Make sure to bring your appetite, imagination and closed-toe shoes!
On Wednesday, May 18th, the Raceway opens their doors from 3:00 in the afternoon to 7:00 in the evening, inviting you to explore their unique, newly-renovated space and sample an array of delicious catering. Attendees will have the opportunity to drive a racehorse (accompanied by a pro driver of course), win prizes and receive $10 in slot play and exclusive offers.
Best-known as a racing, gaming, dining and entertainment destination, Grand River Raceway is eager to showcase the area’s most complete, award-winning Meeting and Events Services. Their space offers a great place for your next meeting, conference or party, including delicious in-house catering and one-of-a-kind amenities. And the bookings coordinators Jenna and Emily will be with you every step of the way through the process. They service all kinds of typical meetings and events requests, but their specialty is providing creative solutions for unique needs. Need a conference space and hundreds of bagged lunches? They can accommodate that. Do you need an interactive team-building exercise and dinner? Yep, they can do that too. Need a weekend workshop space, a 15ft. hole for a demo rescue, plus all meals for the day? They can do that as well. These ladies have got their back!
Bring your colleagues – be sure to RSVP to the bookings coordinators by Friday, May 13 at 5:00 pm!
Grand River Raceway is situated on a gorgeous location at 7445 Wellington County Rd. 21 in the community of Elora.
Visit their website for more details on the Business Open House and to RSVP to the event: http://grandriverraceway.com/business-open-house/
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