Gurmeet Chaudhary & Debina
Bonerjee at Country Club’s announcement of Asia’s Biggest New Year Bash 2020.
November 2019 : Country Club Hospitality & Holidays Ltd,
(CCHHL), today announced Asia’s Biggest New Year Bash 2020. As a
part of this, Country Clubs across India and abroad will usher in
the New Year 2020 with grand celebrations that would include celebrity
performances, pulsating entertainment and sumptuous food.
According to CCHHL Chairman Mr.
Y Rajeev Reddy, for the past 12 years, Country Clubs have had some of the
grandest New Year celebrations and this year would be no different.
Mr. Reddy stated Country Club
has roped in Mr. Gurmeet Choudhary and Ms. Debina Bonnerjee who would perform
at Mumbai. Similarly, Country Club has planned extravagant DJ nights at its
various locations in Dubai, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai,
Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Surat, Goa and Kodaikanal.
This year, Country Club is set
to get the whole country to dance its way into the New Year with rhapsodic
performances by the most acclaimed DJs in the country. New Year’s Eve at
Country Club is sure to be a Clash of the Titans as some of the best DJs give
members a night they will remember.
Performances for Country Club
members and their guests will begin 7pm on December 31, 2019. Over the years,
Country Club has given its members the most incredible celebrations and the aim
remains to surpass last year’s celebration with an unparalleled, member-centric
New Year’s Bash that is sure to be the talk of the town.
According to a press release CCHHL has 55 clubs across India and abroad with over 4 lakh members and is recognized by Limca Book of World Records as “India’s Biggest Chain of Family Clubs”. Country Clubs are known for their fitness and clubbing facilities, as also for star-studded high-profile entertainment events they organize all throughout the year for their members.
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