Come join us at the Snow Polo World Cup in St Moritz
Everything you need to know about the event
Like last year, we are co-sponsoring and exhibiting at the Snow Polo World Cup from 25 - 27 January. For all of you attending the tournament, we will have a display stand within the VIP tent so please come and find us for a chat and a complimentary glass of Champagne. Like last year, we are keen to connect with all attendees from all walks of life.
On Friday 25 January, we will be hosting an Owner dinner at the prestigious Badrutt’s Palace. The personalised five-course menu will be cooked by the world-renowned and Michelin starred Jason Atherton and will be a dining experience you’ll never forget. There will be a glamorous Champagne reception preceding the feast - a chance for you to meet other Owners and get to know each other a little before we sit down. In addition, we have partnered with famous Badrutt’s Palace Hotel where NetJets guest will be staying throughout the weekend.
For further information about our sponsorship and activation at this (and any other) event, please get in touch with one of our team members.
Gudrun Gfrerer - email@example.com
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The History of the event
For three days in a row, four teams of 16 players compete for the coveted Cartier Trophy. This year, the event will take place on the 25th to the 27th of January and will feature four sponsored teams: Team Cartier, Team Azerbaijan Land of Fire, Team Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, and Team Maserati.
Snow polo is extremely physically challenging
as players move at high speeds on snowy grounds and through extreme weather conditions, and last year more than 12,000 people flocked to see the sport’s most skilled players battle it out in St. Moritz. Visitors can enjoy the action from one of the VIP tents filled with Perrier-Jouët and gourmet chefs preparing delicious dishes, before going on to attend a host of black-tie gala dinners, cocktail receptions and other luxury events on offer.
Fly to St. Moritz with NetJets
Samedan sits at an elevation of almost 1,800 metres and is one of the highest airports in Europe. It is considered one of the most challenging airports in the world to fly into due to its difficult topography and winds, as well as the thinness of the air at its altitude. You can relax knowing you’re in safe hands, however, as all NetJets Pilots undergo special training throughout the year to make sure they are well-equipped to handle this airport. In 2018, we saw almost 500 flights to and from Samedan airport and our expert team will deliver you from your front door to your hotel with maximum ease and efficiency, guaranteeing the ultimate in safety and service.