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Smart Live announced as production partners for Ryder Cup Travel Services events

Smart Live has been confirmed as production partner for the Ryder Cup Travel Services Guest Events at The 2014 Ryder Cup at The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland.
Smart Live will be delivering a series of large-scale parties for up to 2000 guests each night on behalf of Ryder Cup Travel Services. Having previously produced the LOCOG Wrap Party for 5500 LOCOG staff after the closing of the Olympics, this is an exciting opportunity for Smart Live to bring out their flair and creativity at such a prestigious venue and event in the sporting calendar.

Smart Live will be transforming the Gleneagles Equestrian Centre from an equine exercise arena into a dynamic space showcasing local food and surprise entertainment, packaged together with evenings of fun and relaxation that will be truly memorable.   

To ensure guests get a flavour of what the local culture and entertainment have to offer, Smart Live is looking for exciting new acts to showcase their skills and will be inviting interested local bands and acts to send their details in by July 31st for consideration.  

Bimla Safka, Director of Smart Live said, ‘We are thrilled to have been asked to produce this event on behalf of Ryder Cup Travel Services. Changing a venue as unique as the Gleneagles Equestrian Centre is going to be an interesting challenge, but one that we are really very excited about. Locally and sustainably sourced food will be high on our agenda along with showcasing fresh new entertainment talent from the region. We want to  offer this incredible opportunity to some of the fantastic Scottish acts that would like to showcase their talents at such a prestigious event.  I am focussed on finding something a little out of the ordinary to help make this an outstanding event’.

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