TWO DECADES of ICONIC EXPERIENCES
DowEvents offers its 2016 event menu with two decades of seamless inclusive experiences that serve a vast clientele and a global view of the world’s most sought after destinations and iconic sports and entertainment events.
Now in our 21st year of hosting guests at The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia — many clients have been with us since our initial events campaign launched in 1996. We began our first Masters event with an idea to offer unique access with a high level of client and guest services as the tent pole strategy of our firm.
Twenty years later, we still strive to ensure fail safe delivery, consistent quality and top-shelf customer service and excellence in all that we offer. Our collection of unique access has included two decades at the NFL’s Super Bowl, PGA Ryder Cups, numerous summer and winter Olympic Games, World Cup Soccer, US Open, Kentucky Derby, CMA Fest, the Calgary Stampede and Indy 500, while hosting blue chip brands and clients in the U.S. and Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico and South America.
DowEvents has also created, developed and executed hundreds of corporate retreats, large-scale company parties, culinary and wine experiences, and highly exclusive events for small groups in locales around the world.
In an effort to enhance our client offering and elevate our turn-key approach at The Masters, we created The Championship Club in 2002, a whisper away from the Georgia pines at Amen Corner. This on-site private location serves as the client pulse that exemplifies what we are best known for — a customer and client entertainment resource that truly showcases the seamless and inclusive access of DowEvents at our center point annual event.
And, in 2016 DowEvents takes its unique access to a higher engagement point with the creation and launch of Montrachay.com, an online collection of global experiences, curated for an elite global community and offered exclusively at charity and non-profit cause related events.
Greg Norman expressed that the hospitality and service was amongst the best he has ever experienced at the Masters – which is saying something!