SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Shots Media is inviting its clientele to an event the company is hosting for the competitors of the Giro d’Italia bicycle race, that are set to pass by the Shots headquarters.
The Giro d´Italia is a major cycling competition that has been held every year since 1909 (except for World War I and II). The contestants have to face 21 stages through 23 days and Shots says it wants to offer its support.
Shots is organizing a party at its offices offering views of the event and giving guests an opportunity to watch the contest in a comfortable and fun environment. Danny, a Shots’ employee, will serve as DJ for the day, which also may feature a “surprise” act. The company also will be serving Bitterballen, “the ultimate Dutch delicatessen.”
“The Giro will pass the Shots premises on the second day of the competition meaning that the contestants will still be fresh and in top condition,” the company said. “They start in Arnhem with the ‘sign-up’ and then a warm-up will follow in the center around the Kerkplein and then crossing the big Gelredome stadium. From there they will go to the north side of the Nederrijn where the organization will wave the flag to officially start the second day of the tour.
“This usually leads to an amazing sprint forming the lead group of the day. From Arnhem the competition will come through various villages like Oosterbeek, Hoenderloo, Ede, Rhenen and Tiel before they will reach Beneden-Leeuwen. At that point the cyclists already have done 105km, with only 85km to go to the finish line.
“The third day of the Giro will start from center of Nijmegen and being close to the Shots premises it would be an excellent opportunity to taste the atmosphere there as well.”