600 attend cocktail party celebrating Bolton Wanderers' change from the Reebok to Macron Stadium

600 attend cocktail party celebrating change to Macron Stadium

An acrobat suspended below a champagne pouring chandelier in front of the Macron logo.

A juggler among the crowd at the Macron Stadium party.

First published in News

MORE than 600 people enjoyed a cocktail party with a twist to celebrate the launch of the Macron Stadium.

The Italian sportswear firm Macron, which manufacturers and sponsors the Bolton Wanderers football kit, also has the naming rights to the stadium.

The event, at the Bolton Whites Hotel, was an Italian-inspired affair with white carpet, stilt walkers, Champagne served by a woman suspended in a chandelier, violinists, an aerial duo act and a fire show.

General manager Suzanne Speak said: “As we are now part of the Macron Stadium, we really wanted a theme that paid homage to the new sponsors and that also showed off the hotel’s Premier Suite at its very best.

“The guests seemed to enjoy the entertainment which was non-stop from the moment they walked through the door.”

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12:53pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Balboa says...

Shame the season ticket holders weren't invited....
Shame the season ticket holders weren't invited.... Balboa
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1:01pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Paul Hindley says...

no doubt more money added to the debt !
no doubt more money added to the debt ! Paul Hindley
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1:35pm Tue 5 Aug 14

boltonnut says...

Can afford a huge pi$$ up but can't afford a decent striker.
Can afford a huge pi$$ up but can't afford a decent striker. boltonnut
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12:34am Wed 6 Aug 14

wsw69 says...

Is that smug pr1ck with ears Gartside still at the club? Can't stand the bloke and for me that stadium will always be the Reebok stadium.
Is that smug pr1ck with ears Gartside still at the club? Can't stand the bloke and for me that stadium will always be the Reebok stadium. wsw69
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