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Published on Monday, June 28, 2021

HotelPlanner signs booking partnership with Singapore Swimming Club






 


Individual, group and corporate travel booking platform HotelPlanner has inked a partnership with the Singapore Swimming Club.


It gives club members exclusive group hotel booking rates around the world, once international travel is up and running again.


Singapore Swimming Club is the city state's largest non-golfing, members-only recreational club.


Christopher Lee, Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific at HotelPlanner, said: "This partnership with Singapore Swimming Club is our first collaboration with a recreational club in Singapore, and we are delighted to support this premier organisation."


"With pent-up demand for travel growing, we are also keen to explore more partnerships with other recreational and sporting associations in Singapore and the entire Asia-Pac region."


HotelPlanner is a supporter and partner of professional sporting events and leagues globally.


Partnerships include the United Soccer League, National Hockey League's New Jersey Devils and the Ladies Professional Golfing Association, among many more.


Most recently, it pledged $30,000 in free hotel rooms in a campaign supporting the World Boxing Organisation cruiserweight world champion, British boxing star Lawrence Okolie.


Brenden Gurusamy, General Manager of the Singapore Swimming Club, said: "HotelPlanner has had a long and successful track record partnering with renowned companies and organisations that support sporting activities and events, and we are honoured to team up with them."

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