Darts exhibition bought to you by the PDC main sponsor revealed

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The night of Wednesday 21 October at the Kings Hall Stoke will be no ordinary charity night – there will be no auction, no raffle, just a night of darts as you would see on TV.

The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice Bringing Darts for Donna Louise Exhibition Match’s 2 main sponsors have been revealed as Sabit Limited and Security Plus + Limited, for the much anticipated ALLY PALLY style Exhibition match starring Phil Taylor, Adrian Lewis, Andy Hamilton and Ian White!

Joanne Hope, Managing Director and Robert Hope, Production Director at Sabit Limited, a sheet metal company based in Stone, Staffordshire, said

“We’re extremely happy to be involved in sponsoring The Donna Louise’s Darts Event as we feel the charity deserves as much support and fundraising as it can get to provide the amazing care it does to families going through the worst experience of their lives.”

Anthony Gee Chairman at Security Plus + Limited which is Europe’s largest independent volume cash carrier based in Uttoxeter said,

“As a father of four I often take for granted that my kids are all fit and well; having visited the hospice in 2012 I realised that not everyone was as lucky!

What stuck in my mind after my visit was the fact that the wonderful staff at the hospice not only looks after the children, but the rest of their family too, and is very often the glue that holds these families together through the difficult times. It is such a happy place for these families to be, which deserves our continued support!”

The first half of the night will see our star players pair up with the 4 overall winners of the amateur masters tournament to battle it out to be crowned Darts for Donna Louise Masters Champion 2015. All eyes will be on our professional players for the second half of the night in a singles competition format. Not since 2005 has Stoke on Trent seen 4 of the World’s Top players come together in an Exhibition Match of this size!

Chelsey Farmer, at the Hospice said:

“Expect plenty of darts, singing, dancing and 180’s. We are hoping to recreate the atmosphere of the World Championships at the Alexandra Palace. It will be the first time in 10 years professional darts on this capacity has returned to Stoke and likely to be the last for a while so we are extremely grateful to our main sponsors Sabit Limited and Security Plus + Limited for their support.”

Tickets are available for this awesome night on-line at www.donnalouisetrust.org/dartsfordonnalouise alternatively you can collect in person from The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice reception as well as A180, 89 Ford Green Road, Smallthorne, ST6 1NT.