Saturday, May 28, 2022

Bonus Arena’s new General Manager invites in businesses for ‘meet and greet’ breakfast

Hull and East Yorkshire businesses are invited to visit the Bonus Arena next Wednesday to meet General Manager Darren Moore at its first business breakfast seven months after re-opening.

Guests will have the chance to network, grab a bite to eat, meet the new General Manager and learn about the Arena’s plans for 2022 and beyond.

Darren Moore started as General Manager of the Arena in March, taking over from Dan Harris who has moved to the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai. Darren was previously General Manager at York Barbican.

Darren said: “We have had a very exciting start to 2022 with lots of fantastic events and I am looking forward to meeting with partners and local businesses to talk to them about the Arena and how we may be able to work together.”

Paul Savage, Head of Entertainment Sales and Marketing, and Laura Harrison, Conference and Event Sales Executive, will also be talking at the event about opportunities for local businesses.

Paul added: “We have hosted some incredible events so far in 2022 with sold out shows from Blondie, Simply Red, John Bishop, Texas and Bastille. We have lots more to come too with gigs from Bryan Adams and The Pet Shop Boys in May and then performances from Kaiser Chiefs, Katherine Ryan and Hull’s very own Calum Scott later in the year.

“With over 200,000 people expected to visit the Arena in 2022, we have lots to talk about and look forward to welcoming businesses to see how we can work together.”

The Business Breakfast will take place at the Bonus Arena, based on Myton Street, Hull, on Wednesday 18 May from 9am to 10:30am.

To register your place at Breakfast at the Bonus Arena, visit – https://www.universe.com/events/breakfast-at-the-bonus-arena-tickets-SHW3VQ

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