Dress up in kimonos on Sakura Day at the Turf Club

Dress up in kimonos on Sakura Day at the Turf Club

The Singapore Turf Club (STC) will once again present Sakura Day in conjunction with the $500,000 Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile, run over 1,600m on turf this Sunday afternoon, Oct 6, 2013, at the Singapore Racecourse. The Panasonic Kranji Mile is also the first Leg of the Singapore Triple Crown Series which include the Raffles Cup on Oct 27, 2013 and the Longines Singapore Gold Cup on Nov 17, 2013.

On this special occasion, guests will enjoy a sensory experience with all things Japanese, especially if they come dressed to the Japanese theme for the day.

The Singapore Turf Club will be rolling out the Sakura Day package, which includes admission to the Derby Room on level 3 of the Grandstand along with a sumptuous buffet spread with free flow of beverages.

The day's activities include a lucky draw with the prize of a Panasonic Toughpad and Sakura eggs' giveaways. Four of our lovely Turf Belles will also be making a special appearance to mingle and take photographs with the guests.

The Sakura Day package is available at $78 (for ladies) and $88 (for gentlemen) per person.

Mr Simon Leong, Vice President of Corporate Services, Singapore Turf Club commented: "Panasonic is renowned for their innovative technology and believes in creating a better life leading to a better world. The Club has also benefited from this technology by deploying one of the world's largest Astrovision LED Display Boards at the racecourse. Now into the seventh year of the sponsorship, we are happy to announce the renewal of this strategic partnership with Panasonic for another three years."

"Our partnership with the Singapore Turf Club has been long standing for many years, and has proven to be invaluable. It is our pleasure to be the sponsor for their important race highlight each year. The Kranji Mile event is the perfect opportunity for us to host our valued customers & partners, creating synergy with corporate fun & networking at the racecourse," said Mr Wilfred Wee, Managing Director, Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific.

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