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HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens announces two more official partners

Pan Pacific Singapore’s Steve Laine RugbySG Board Member Alvin Lee and ESG Director Lee Koh Wa Cheng

Singapore – Organisers of the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens officially announced two more sponsors at a press conference at Pan Pacific Singapore this afternoon.

Looking to welcome both participating teams and rugby fans is Pan Pacific Singapore which was announced as the Official Hotel of the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens, while Volvo has signed on as the Official Car of the tournament.

We are delighted to be the official hotel for the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens, said Gino Tan, General Manager, Pan Pacific Singapore. “Our hotel is no stranger to the sport, having been one of the official SEA Games hotel in June 2015, and having housed both the Rugby and Billiards teams, we are able to anticipate the special requirements of the rugby players and look forward to welcoming all 16 teams to Pan Pacific Singapore in April.”

In addition to hosting the teams, Pan Pacific Singapore is offering Singapore Sevens ticket holders special savings on beverages at its Atrium lounge located in the heart of the hotel. The spectacular Atrium lounge is an eclectic collection of seating pods floating over a reflection pool and provides a stunning backdrop as you sip on premium beers, wines, spirits and Pacific-inspired cocktails. The hotel is also offering a Bed and Breakfast room package for guests, which includes complimentary breakfast for two persons and a 20% savings on dinner at Keyaki, Hai Tien Lo, Edge, Pacific
Marketplace and Atrium at Pan Pacific Singapore.

In partnership with Official Car Volvo, Pan Pacific Singapore is also offering a two-night weekend staycation in a Panoramic Room, inclusive of daily breakfasts for two persons, for the top winner of the “Guess the Number of Rugby Balls in the Volvo XC60 and Win” contest.

The “Guess the Number of Rugby Balls in the Volvo XC60 and Win” contest will run from today till 25 Feb at Pan Pacific Singapore, followed by the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens roadshow at Clarke Quay from 26 – 28 Feb, and finally end off at the Volvo roadshow at Suntec City from 7-13 March.

“Volvo has always been a strong supporter of major sporting events. We are excited and privileged to be the Official Automobile of the HSBC World Rugby Singapore Sevens Series, back in Singapore for the first time in ten years,” shared Ms Sabrina Sng, General Manager, Wearnes Automotive Pte Ltd (Volvo). “Our Volvo S80 Luxury Sedans and XC60 Luxury SUVs are excellent reflections of athleticism and dynamic performance. With their presence, we are confident that they will help to enrich the vitality and energy of a marquee sporting event such as this.”

The Volvo XC60 car filled with rugby balls will be displayed at Pan Pacific Singapore (18 to 25 Feb), Clarke Quay (26-28 Feb) and Suntec City (7-13 March). Simply snap your best photo of the Volvo XC60 on display and post the photo on Volvo’s facebook page with your guess of the number of balls. The 3 closest guesses will walk away with attractive prizes worth Our Partners up to $1,488, courtesy of Pan Pacific Singapore and the lucky winners will be announced on Volvo’s facebook page on 14 March. Terms and conditions apply.

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