Cobra's luxury stadia seating provides opportunities to build stronger relationships with corporate clients and provide additional revenue streams.
Cobra offers a complete range of hospitality seating - from bespoke office seating for hospitality boxes and boardrooms through to pitch-side seating for hospitality clients.
Cobra can enable corporate clients to customise their own seats in front of the box, providing additional comforts for important guests by choosing wide seat options, heated seat options and built in USB ports.
Cobra's luxury seating also provides additional marketing and revenue streams for club shop and marketing departments: make your fans feel part of the team - Cobra can offer a personlisation service for individual customers and if you sell our seating in your club shop or online, Cobra will coordinate and despatch so clubs don't even have to hold stock.
Cobra office seats are ideal luxury items to feature in club shops and are ideal for PR, marketing and competition opportunities.
Cobra were proud to introduced the concept of "Best Seats in the House" - a great way to build connections with the local community and generate additional revenue. To see how it worked for Shrewsbury Town when the BBC covered their FA Cup tie with Liverpool, click here.
We're proud to have installed new dugout seating for Birmingham City ahead of their opening home game of a new season and a new era.
The club used the occasion to give a rousing welcome to new owners Tom Wagner and Seven-time Super Bowl winner and NFL legend Tom Brady.
Jake Hill stormed to a magnificent double win for WSR and BMW on a day of high drama for the British Touring Car Championship at Knockhill.
With Stephen Jelley adding another podium finish, it was a highly memorable day for the organisation, which maintained BMW’s lead in the Manufacturers’ standings amid bright sunshine and heavy rain showers at the Scottish circuit.
If there is one thing utterly predictable about the BTCC it is the Championships unpredictability.
A thoroughly dominant performance in qualifying and the first two races saw Championship hopes ebb away from the “Cobra boys” in favour of the NAPA Racing trio of Dan Cammish, Ash Sutton and Dan Rowbottom, only for a dramatic final race of the day to see Team BMW’s Colin Turkington win from BRISTOL STREET MOTORS with EXCELR8’s Tom Ingram to once again concertina the Drivers’ standings.