Corporate Hospitality

  • Corporate Reserved Premium Seating provides you and your guests with a great view located court-side and within the first two rows of the playing surface. Each package includes eight (8) seats and is our premium offering at the Ballarat Sports Events Centre.

 

You really can’t get any closer to the action than the Corporate Premium Seating being within arms length from the court and offer a NBA-style experience. A selected amount of beverages and quality food will be provided on the night from within the VIP Hospitality areas and catering for all diets you will no doubt have a very enjoyable experience.

 

The Corporate Reserved Premium Seating is available in single game options or full season options, but be quick before they sell out!

 

What's included?

Corporate Reserved Premium Seating offers your guests court side seating with selected beverages and food on the night.

 

Pricing - One Game

  • 8-Seats = $790 +GST

 

Season Package

  • Corporate Premium Seating to all eleven (11) NBL1 Miners Rush regular season home games for eight (8) guests
  • Corporate Premium Seating to any NBL1 Miners and Rush Finals should they host any at the Ballarat Sports Events Centre for eight (8) guests
  • Entry to VIP Hospitality Area
  • Entry to inner sanctum Post-Game Function with players
  • Eight (8) Branded Seat Covers for your reserved seats
  • Eight (8) tickets to the Miners Rush Season Launch
  • Ten (10) General Admission Season Passes to all Miners Rush NBL1 and Youth League Home Games
  • Sponsor Logo recognition on Basketball Ballarat Website
  • Sponsor Listing recognition in all NBL1 Miners Rush Home Game Programs
    *Subject to the construction of Stage 2at the Ballarat Sports Events Centre
  • Investment: $7,000 + GST

* Please Note: Production, installation & maintenance costs to be the responsibility of the purchaser. Signage to be completed by approved signage provider at B.SEC.

 

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Laura Taylor of the Selkirk Ballarat Rush vs Melbourne Tigers in NBL1 2019. Photo: Ian Wilson