Lavazza is a major partner of the Australian Open and provides an epic coffee and hospitality experience at The Australian Open, being an iconic coffee company with loads of tradition since 1895 in Turin, Italy. The World Loves Melbourne was treated to a day of indulgence and finery as a guest of Lavazza.
The World Loves Melbourne was invited to a day at The Australian Open in the Emirates Hospitality Suite. With hospitality par excellence it was a day to remember!
For the 2017 AFL season, the Tissot Countdown Clock is back for another year, after debuting at MCG matches in 2016. The World Loves Melbourne attended several matches at the MCG last year and loved the ability to see the real match time remaining (especially in tight games) on the Tissot Countdown Clock. We were thrilled to receive one of the Tissot footy fan "survival kits" which have been delivered around town - the ultimate footy lover accessory!
James Boag celebrated Melbourne Cup in style with a stunning Birdcage marquee. The World Loves Melbourne (Samantha and David) was invited by James Boag to join in the festivities and imbibe the conviviality.
On , the day after the Grand Final, the MCG will host its third annual Open Day. A free public event, MCG Open Day allows sports fans to gain rare access to the hallowed turf of the MCG for a kick-to-kick with family and friends, as well as explore otherwise off-limits parts of the stadium such as the player change rooms and historic MCC Long Room.
The World Loves Melbourne has enjoyed an action packed Australian Open 2014 as a Promoter for Kia Australia. Round 4 action yesterday was brilliant with an epic battle between Ana Ivanovic and Serena Williams that saw the biggest upset of the tournament to date. Both players were gunning it with big shots and it became an enjoyable slugfest. Serena Williams was under duress because of a back complaint, but you can never write her off. Ana Ivanovic was rediscovering her best tennis after being runner up at this tournament in 2008.