At the XI International Investment Forum in Sochi Jet Set Sports, a leader in arranging accommodation at sporting events was awarded the status of Official Supplier of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee in the "Hospitality" category. President of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee, Dmitry Chernyshenko, signed the agreements with the CEO of Jet Set Sports, Sead Dizdarevic.
Under the agreement, Jet Set Sports will become the Official Supplier of hospitality services and the exclusive distributor of hospitality packages in Russia. The hospitality packages provided by Jet Set Sports will include hotel accommodation, meals, meeting and greeting guests and arranging transfers, distributing tickets to events and much more.
Sead Dizdarevic, CEO of Jet Set Sports, noted:
"Jet Set Sports is delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the Sochi 2014 Winter Games. It is a great honor for us to become an Official Supplier of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee. Our company's goal is to give our clients an unforgettable experience at the Games, and some amazing memories to treasure."
The President of the Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee, Dmitry Chernyshenko, marked:
"I am sure that the work we do together will ensure maximum comfort for each coming to the 2014 Games. Thanks to Jet Set Sports, guests of the Games will experience the world-famous Russian hospitality and leave with the fondest memories of Sochi. The new Official Supplier for the Games is the leader in its field, as it has shown more than once at previous Olympic Games."
Notes to the Editor
Jet Set Sports is a leading global provider of hospitality packages at the Olympic Games. The company was founded in 1984. It is an official sponsor of National Olympic Committees throughout the world, including Australia, Austria, USA, Norway and Sweden. The quality of the services that Jet Set Sports provides has stood the test of time. The company has already provided its services at 15 Olympic Games. At Beijing 2008, Jet Set Sports provided hospitality packages to 73,000 people and 95,000 at Vancouver 2010.