ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Don CeSar hotel is hosting the 2nd once-a-year St. Pete Beach Polo Typical this weekend and all 400 tickets for the event have been marketed out.
What You Will need To Know
- Second yearly St. Pete Beach Polo Vintage to go in advance this weekend
- Potential is 400 individuals, all tickets marketed out
- Matches will get position at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
“As shortly as we launched, it didn’t choose extended,” reported Todd Gehrke, Don CeSar director of gross sales and internet marketing. “Tickets genuinely flew off the shelves.”
Gehrke reported last calendar year the function drew 500 friends. This yr the crowd size has been minimal to 400 thanks to the coronavirus.
“We were not sure if it was heading to appear to fruition this year,” he stated. “We are just thrilled to be able to deliver a thing exceptional to the neighborhood as soon as once more.”
COVID-19 constraints will be in place for the games that aspect 3 on 3 matches on St. Pete Seashore powering the Don CeSar.
“It is really a after in a life time check out,” mentioned Thomas Fraher, Don CeSar normal supervisor. “How many people today can say I’ve observed horses engage in polo on the beach? So, we are really excited about it.”
The resort partnered with DI Polo from Plant Town to deliver players in from all in excess of the earth for the match.
“We basically work actually close with them. Dardo Iglesias is the gentleman’s identify. He’s an Argentine polo player,” claimed Gehrke. “It should be earth class.”
Fraher would like to display the community that the Don CeSar can offer a socially responsible celebration and hopes company recognize the upgrades that have been manufactured to the house.
“We’re looking forward to attendees and locals coming to expertise the Don of a new era,” he explained. “We have a ton of enhancements that were being just finished from guest rooms, to community place, to dining establishments. So, we are really fired up to re-introduce the Don to every person.”
The matches are scheduled for noon and 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.