30 May 2016
For Immediate Release
Freedom Park showcases its event venues to Professional Conference Organisers Tuesday 31 May 2016
Tomorrow 31 Tuesday 2016, Freedom Park will host more than 70 professional event organisers from all over the country to showcase the wide range of event venues on offer to the sector. Freedom Park is fast becoming a leading attraction to both the public and Corporate SA as an unparalleled unique venue nestled on top of the Salvokop hill overlooking the City of Tshwane.
The time has never been opportune than now for the organization to meet face to face with decision makers in the venue hiring industry. According to an architectural writer, Lindi Brownnell Meiring Freedom Park, is ranked top ten most striking museums in the world. It stands shoulder to shoulder with Gugenhelm, Salvado Dali in Florida , the United States, Royal Ontorio Museum in Toronto, Canada, Nestle Chocolate in Mexico, Foundation Louis Vitton in Paris France to mentioned just a few. It is therefore befitting that Freedom Park stages an event to showcase its offerings to potential clients. “There are thousands of museums the world over, and choosing only a handful of stand-out designs was not an easy task regardless of what each museum is dedicated to, these 10 museums, caught our attention from the get-go” writes Lindi Brownell Meiring.
“We are really proud as a public institution to work closely with the Professional event Organisers as events not only bring value for money for both parties but also generally assist Freedom Park to profile its high esteemed brand to markets that wouldn’t otherwise know about it, says CEO of Freedom Park Jane Mufamadi”
A guided tour of //Hapo Museum will precede the event. Guests will get to know about the most significant center within the park, a narrative element, //hapo museum, whose name is taken from an expression by the Khoisan people which says” a dream is not a dream until it is shared by the entire community. It is interpretive and narrates the story dating back to 3.6 billion years of South African history, culture and spirituality.
Details of the event are as follows:
Date: Tuesday 31 May 2016
Venue: Freedom Park, Pretoria
012 336 4006 / 060 961 3851