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Cambridge, UK, July 2008 –Deyton Bell, the business development specialists based in Cambridge, UK, are delighted to announce that they will once again be organizing The First Post Enclosure at the Cambridge Bumping Races in 2008.This key hospitality initiative, conceived and launched by Deyton Bell in 2007, will once again take place during the Bumps in July 2008, and provides a wonderful opportunity for local companies to come together and watch some very exciting racing while entertaining guests in magnificent settings.

The Cambridge Bumping Races take place every summer when about 650 members of the City rowing community in Cambridge come together over 4 days and race over the 2300 meter course, with about 80 racing eights competing each evening. Imagine the setting….a July evening, a private reserved area on the grassy banks of the Cam, views looking down towards the start of the races from the first bend providing the best vantage point possible – what a wonderful way to enjoy the spectacle with friends, family, colleagues, customers, suppliers and contacts.

In 2008 organisations attending will each be able to reserve a private reserved marquee in the Enclosure, right on the banks of the river, and will also have access to various catering options, a beer tent and car parking on site. Deyton Bell, will have their own private marquee within the Enclosure, and are now currently taking reservations from various groups interested in having space within their own private area too. It will only be possible for a few groups to participate as space is limited, so any organization interested in becoming involved should contact Deyton Bell as soon as possible, as private marquees will be reserved on a first come first served basis, and some dates are already booked.

Local firms interested in becoming involved in 2008 should contact Chris Parkhouse or Louise Nunn at Deyton Bell on 01223 873033 to have a preliminary chat about the various options currently available.