Paradise Entertainment Limited yesterday announced its exclusive sponsorship of Macau SAR driver Rodolfo Avila for his participation in the GT Cup race at the 61st Macau Grand Prix taking place this Thursday to Sunday.
This is the first time Paradise Entertainment Limited, holding company of a diverse group of companies (LT Game, Waldo Casino, Casino Kam Pek Paradise and Casino Macau Jockey Club) that engages in casino management and development, supply and leasing of game machinery and equipment, has appointed a local racing driver as an Ambassador for the Macau Grand Prix.
Mr Jay Chun, Chairman of Paradise Entertainment said, “Paradise is keen on starting supporting the development of local motorsports. In the upcoming Macau Grand Prix, we are very delighted to partner a well-known Macau driver like Rodolfo. The project will strengthen the position of our brands across the region through a sport that has in the region an enthusiastic and captive audience.”
After six weeks of successful fund-raising, Conrad Macao, Cotai Central’s 2014 ‘Plush for Pink’ campaign raised MOP173,255 to support the Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Pink Revolution, an annual campaign that raises awareness and funds for breast cancer research. As a Diamond sponsor of the campaign for the second year in a row, the hotel offered its guests a series of ‘plush pink’ experiences from 22 September to 31 October to raise funds for this worthy cause. Conrad Macao also acknowledged the support of luxury jeweler Butani who helped make this year’s fund-raising campaign even more successful by designing an exclusive Pink jewelry collection.
British fashion and lifestyle brand, Jack Wills, opened the doors to its new Venetian Store in Macau on Friday 7th November. This is the first opening for the brand in Macau supporting its three stores located in Hong Kong at the Leighton Centre, Harbour City and Festival Walk retail spaces. The new store will launch with the Jack Wills Winter and Christmas 2014 collection including womenswear, menswear and homeware ranges.
The Macau store will include familiar Jack Wills store layout features with areas zoned to ensure that the customer shopping experience is enjoyable and as effortless as possible. On entering the new store, consumers will find the seasonal room, featuring key season pieces as well as leather bags and shoes. The second room will display the brand’s core collection and active sportswear pieces with the final room featuring the homeware and loungewear ranges.