The next edition of the US Cup should be far away from New Zealand. Until a few days ago, New Zealand officially rejected the financial offer made by the national government. In the last few hours a new interactive scene has emerged that opens up a small window to the possibility of organizing in Auckland The oldest sporting event in the world.
Kairia Warren, Founder of Luxury Laws (An luxury tourism company) announced that he was actually in contact with Kiwis and had a business idea in mind: a Private funding to retain the US Cup in the Hara Rocky Gulf. This is only a theory, but a suggestion that the newspaper highlights NZ Herald, Seems to have a definite follow-up, and several companies said the team was willing to donate a portion of the proceeds from the event to New Zealand.
Warren explained: “I know how difficult this challenge is: it is one of the richest sports in the world and it takes many companies to join and make a difference. I’m active, and for me it’s not over yet: after the lockdown, I know what the U.S. Cup can represent for tourism. If we all stop thinking only about our gardens and start thinking big, we can keep the America Cup in New Zealand“.
The founder of Luxury LAS is concerned about the national economy, accommodation, taxi drivers and companies thanking the event: “During the last cup I had 20 boats on the water, luxury accommodation, private jets, helicoptersA possible financial plan has already been drawn up: Team New Zealand $ 100 million (approximately 60 60 million) for New Zealand, Comes from large commercial sponsors (but this is the same figure suggested by the government …), Then there are other companies that make their own contribution to the event for $ 100 million. This amount will be close to the amount required for the Grant Dalton partnership.
Will this difficult task happen, or will the US Cup really go abroad? The owners of the Old Pitcher continue to negotiate with other countries: the Isle of Wight is the most proposed theory, attracting money from the Middle East, focusing on China and Singapore, thanks to the money of European restaurants, Valencia hopes, the Irish Cork has officially expressed interest. The location and date of the next edition will be officially announced by September 17th.
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