NESPRESSO UNVEILS NEW “MOBILE BOUTIQUE” BRINGING THE ULTIMATE COFFEE EXPERIENCE TO THE NESPRESSO 108th U.S. POLO CHAMPIONSHIP
WHAT: This spring, Nespresso’s new Mobile Boutique will make its debut at the Nespresso 108th U.S. Polo Championship at the International Polo Club Palm Beach. During the first four Sundays in April, the Boutique will exclusively host new Nespresso Club Members as well as members of the exclusive Polo Club, and treat them to the ultimate coffee experience, Nespresso sensory cocktails and canapés.
Just like the brand’s flagship Boutiques, the two-story Mobile Boutique will feature Nespresso coffees, beautifully-designed machines and best-in-class guest service. Invited guests will enjoy sampling Nespresso’s 16 Grand Cru capsules, the opportunity to purchase machines & accessories or simply enjoy the match from the Mobile Boutique’s large, open-air patios overlooking the polo field.
Don’t already have a ticket to this year’s Nespresso 108th U.S. Polo Championship? This March, South Florida customers can visit the Nespresso Miami Boutique at 1111 Lincoln Road in South Beach or the in-store Boutique at Sur La Table in the Aventura Mall for a special promotion: buyers of a Nespresso machine priced at $279 or higher will receive an invitation to this year’s Nespresso 108th U.S. Polo Championship and exclusive access to the Nespresso Mobile Boutique, as well as a keepsake Polo ball for autographs after the match.
WHO: Nestlé Nespresso SA is the pioneer and market leader in highest-quality portioned premium coffee. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nespresso has a presence in more than 50 countries. For more information about Nespresso, please visit:
WHEN: Sunday, April 1, 2012
Media Reception: 2:00 – 3:00PM
Polo Match begins: 4:00PM
*Note: The Nespresso Mobile Boutique will also be open to invited guests on Sunday, April 8th, 15th and 22nd.
WHERE: International Polo Club Palm Beach
3667 120th Avenue South
Wellington, Florida 33414
(The Nespresso Mobile Boutique will be located on the Members’ side, overlooking Piaget Field.)