Ferrari donates event space for Invacare World Team Cup dinner

Ferrari donated its Graypaul Ferrari Showroom event space in Nottingham to host the 25th Invacare World Team Cup official dinner last Saturday.

Ferrari donates event space for Invacare World Team Cup dinner
Ferrari donates event space for Invacare World Team Cup dinner

Invacare World Team Cup ambassador Rainer Kuschall and representatives from the wheelchair manufacturer joined wheelchair tennis founder Brad Parks at the event, which was organised by agency Collective Minds.

International Tennis Federation's annual Brad Parks Award was presented to Jean-Pierre Limborg, a pioneer of wheelchair tennis in Europe after becoming the first European to play in the USA Open.

Invacare's annual World Team Cup Team of the Year award was also presented to Spain's juniors Daniel Caverzaschi and Roberto Chamizo.

Agency Collective Minds opened a London office in May following account wins with Ferrari, Jaguar, Bentley, Harrods, Christie & Co and Selfridge's.

Event space will be available at the London office next month following renovation work.

Collective Minds founder Tom Goodwin said: "After laying foundations in Leicester and building up strong relationships with some pretty amazing brands, we believe the move will help us support a fast-growing client base situated here in the capital."



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