Rose Bowl one-day internationals to feature enhanced hospitality
The Rose Bowl is to offer new hospitality packages based on small groups of up to ten people for the one-day internationals between the cricketers of England and their West Indian and South African opponents in 2012.
Fans can enjoy the intimacy of the Chairman's Table, where the party can enjoy a private table in the company of a sporting or media personality.
These will be in the prime seating area of the Robin Smith Suite, situated between the two dressing rooms to offer the same view of the action out in the middle that those next in to bat will get.
Group commercial director at the Rose Bowl, Zac Toumazi said: "We aim to make sure everyone feels that they are treated like royalty and really gets the most out of what will be two really great events."
The West Indies game will be on June 16th, with South Africa visiting on August 28th.
An established international venue for limited overs cricket for several years, the Rose Bowl hosted its first Test match earlier this year when Sri Lanka were the visitors.
By Keith Prowse