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Early booking discount available for BEN Scotland Ball 2014

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Automotive charity BEN is offering a 10% discount on tickets for its 2014 Scotland Ball if they are booked before January 15, 2014.

Now in its 16th year this popular event takes place on Saturday March 29, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow.

Attendees will enjoy a four-course meal with wine, entertainment from band 'Jmack' and a performance from 'Electric Dreams' - who'll propel you straight back to the 1980's.

There will be plenty of opportunities to get involved and support the industry charity, making the BEN Scotland Ball the perfect setting to entertain customers, thank employees and profile your company.

Kelly Neal, events and exhibitions manager at BEN, said: “With the support of Scotland and, of course, the industry as a whole, BEN is able to maintain its exceptional level of care and assistance to all colleagues of the automotive and related industries and their dependants.

“BEN helps thousands of men, women and children annually, providing advice, friendship, financial assistance and support.”

Standard tables of 10 or 12 and individual tickets are available.

In addition there are a number of sponsorship packages which offer great benefits for you and your company.

For more information and to book your place at the BEN Scotland Ball 2014 contact the BEN Events Team on 01344 294755 or email eventsteam@ben.org.uk.

To keep up-to date with news on this event, follow the event on Twitter, #BENScotlandBall2014.



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