The world’s largest multi-sport festival for businesses, designed for athletes who love sport & it’s real values.
The Cape Town Corporate Games office are running an early bird discount for paying your entry fees in advance by certain dates:
The standard Games Entry Fee is R690.00 per person + VAT
25% Discount off the standard entry fee for all payments made by the 31 December 2013
20% Discount off the standard entry fee for all payments made in January 2014
15% Discount off the standard entry fee for all payments made in February 2014
Cape Town Corporate Games South Africa is taking place from 5 – 8 June 2014
Open Your Corporate Account by February 2014 to guarantee your team’s entries and to receive a discount.
Entry Fee includes
• SuperCentre • Athletes Grand Parade • Official Programme • Sport Participation
• Souvenir Gift • Games Celebration • Closing Awards Celebration • Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd
Contact the Games Office for further details.
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Get Fit For Business
Sporting Codes for 2014:
Action Cricket / Badminton / Dragon Boat Racing Golf / Karting / Lawn Bowls / Running / Soccer‘11s Soccer 5‘s / Squash / Table Tennis / Tag Rugby Tenpin / Chess / Action Netball / Netball
Please keep in mind that limited entries are available for Golf, Karting and Soccer 11’s
The Cape Town Corporate Games has been honoured and illuminated by a succession of outstanding leaders in government, business and sport who have been proud supporters of the Corporate Games in Cape Town since its arrival in 2012.
The Cape Town Corporate Games have been supported by outstanding Games Patrons such as the Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, Olympic Medalist, Elana Meyer and CEO of Cape Town Partnership, Bulelwa Makalima- Ngewana.
Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille commented:
“But we also value, in fact more than anything else, people coming together to create the kind of community spirit that they want as a part of their daily lives. And the Corporate Games provides that level of community, through sport and healthy competition, that people need most in their lives.”
The Cape Town Corporate Games have also been honoured by Guest Speakers such as the Games Ambassador, Frederick Stoebel Head: SPF HR Learning and Development at Sanlam Personal Finance, Advocate Lyndon Bouah, Department of Cultural Affairs & Sports, Western Cape and KFM Radio presenter Ryan O’Connor.
The Cape Town Corporate Games would like to thank all past Patrons, Guest Speakers and Supporters in growing the Corporate Games in Cape Town.
Cape Town is undoubtedly being recognised as a centre for corporate sport, fitness and healthy lifestyles.
Nowadays there are so many charities that need help, that choosing one can be a grueling process. However, for the team here at the Cape Town Corporate Games the decision was quite clear when we heard about the Tag Rugby association. Seeing that one of the new sports that we are adding to our sports list in 2013 is tag rugby, we could not deny the coincidence as well as the relevance.
Not only does the Tag Rugby Adopt a School Programme help children off the streets and away from the ills they are confronted with on a daily basis, but they do this by encouraging the children to participate in sport.
By playing Tag Rugby, the children do not only learn to be active, but get so much more out of the experience. Sport teaches these children to play peacefully among each other, to respect their peers, to respect the rules of the game and the list goes on. Recognising the need for both sexes to play sport together, Tag Rugby deletes the fear of injury as it is a no contact sport.
In this programme a Corporate Company Adopts a School in their immediate area or a school that most of their workforce would go to. Tag Rugby will supply all neccesary equipment, show the children of the Companys’ school of choice how to play, empower a teacher and some students to supervise the games on an ongoing basis and will supply the Corporate Company with a report and pictures once a term on the progress of the school.
This truly is a cause that the Corporate Games believe in and we look forward to be part of such a magnificent initiative. We invite all companies/charities to use the Games as a platform to raise funds for their own charities too.
Staying in the spirit of sport.
For more information on The Tag Rugby Association contact or email Stuart McConnell on 021 6832269 /0824401921. email@example.com Or visit their website www.tagrugby.co.za
For more information about the Cape Town Corporate Games 2013 vist our website at www.corporate-games.com or contact us on 021 418 1966 You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate Games is the worlds largest multi-sport festivals in its kind and provides each Host City with unrivalled benefits and unlimited local and international tourism opportunities.
Corporate Games will once again be hosted in Cape Town in 2013, creating a sporting platform for the business world to get together and Get Fit for Business!
The Games have played an integral part in the history and development of non-elite sport across the Globe reaching a high of over 12,000 participants at the Australian Corporate Games in Melbourne.
Corporate Games generates immediate economic impact and future projections in South Africa can be based on the net profit of the UK Corporate Games Liverpool 2010 which generated over £ 3,018,152 for the Host City through its hoteliers, restaurants, bars and retail.
The Games offers worldwide promotion of the Host City to brand itself as a centre for corporate sport, fitness and healthy lifestyles.
Cape Town Tourism PR and Communications Manager Skye Grove wrote:
“Cape Town is Africa’s sport event capital, a place of inspiration and innovation that has developed a diverse game culture. We share and support the vision of the Cape Town Corporate Games to bring together athletes from all over South Africa and beyond to create a spirit of comradeship amongst the broader population in the Western Cape.”