Sennheiser UK wireless mics for PFA’s World Cup celebrations
The Professional Footballer’s Association – which is the trade union for professional association footballers in England and Wales – commenced its celebrations of this year’s World Cup by hosting a charity dinner at London’s Riverbank Park Plaza.
Sennheiser UK, the PFA’s official audio supplier, provided a Digital 9000 Series wireless microphone system for an evening that raised more than £54,000 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Sennheiser UK supplied eight channels of Digital 9000 Series microphones to the event, including six handheld and two lapel mics. The Sennheiser consumer range of headphones was also showcased to the 400 invited guests and VIPs. Sennheiser MOMENTUM On-Ear Samba (limited Momentum edition exclusively available from John Lewis stores) was on display alongside the existing range of colours. Ten Samba sets signed by Alan Shearer can be won through social media competitions run by Sennheiser UK around the World Cup.
“We have an excellent partnership with the PFA and were more than happy to provide the 9000 Series and staff for what was a highly successful event,” says Phil Cummings, marketing projects manager at Sennheiser UK. “By raising a great deal of money for a very worthy cause, it was the perfect way for both the PFA and Sennheiser UK to kick off our World Cup celebrations.”
“Sennheiser UK played a major part in making the official PFA World Cup Preview dinner a great success,” says Christian Smith, commercial director for PFA Enterprises.
“As always, the Sennheiser team was utterly professional and very helpful, while the equipment delivered exceptional sound. Together they helped us to raise thousands of pounds for Marie Curie Cancer Care, while delivering a very enjoyable and entertaining event for our guests. We look forward to working on more events with them in the future.”