I hope you're well. I hope you don't mind me contacting you, but I am looking for teams to take part in the Sue Ryder International Cup.
I was just wondering if you had any London based friends who might be interested in getting a team together for the event. If so, it would be great if you could forward the following information for them.
The Sue Ryder International Cup is back for it's third year...
For those of you who could have played for England if you hadn't: broken your ankle, fallen out of a tree, been born with dodgy knees, been made to play rugby, missed the match when the scout attended because you had to go shopping with your Mum, been made to learn the piano, Latin... you name it, those of you who are, internally, the next Bobby Moore... This is for you!
Why not get a team together and enter into the tournament on the 18 November 2010 at the prestigious London Soccerdome (previously known as the David Beckham Academy).
A group of Ex Premiership legends will be on hand to coach the 20 corporate teams throughout the tournament, and the winning team will not only win the Sue Ryder Cup, but also the chance to play against the legends themselves.
Last years winners, The Polish City Club, beat the likes of Microsoft, Coutts, Gala Coral and Metlife to go on to win the cup, and play the legends.
Football legend, Martin Peters MBE said 'I was delighted to support the Sue Ryder International Cup - it was a great evening with all the excitement and drama of a premiership final. As well as having the opportunity to play against legends of the great game, football fans helped raise vital funds for a very worthwhile cause.'
There will be an after party post tournament at Water Margin Bar where there will be food and drink for the players as well as the chance to win some excellent raffle prizes, including signed football memorabilia.
It costs £200 to enter a team into the International Cup, and we ask teams to raise £1000 sponsorship money. The tournament is 5aside, but we allow players to bring 5 players & 3 reserves which means that the sponsorship works out at £125 per person.
I have attached the event poster, so please feel free to promote the event internally if you feel anybody might be interested.
Many thanks, and I will look forward to hearing from you.'
Self explanatory, really :D