The annual edition of the global event ‘Moët Party Day’ kicks off in Nigeria for the first time, on Saturday, June 11th, 2016.
June 11th symbolizes a milestone in savoir-fête history. On that day in 1967, the celebratory champagne spray was born at the 24-hour Le Mans race in France. American driver and winner Dan Gurney did something unexpected when he was handed a Jeroboam bottle of Moët & Chandon on the podium: he sprayed champagne over the crowd! And in that, a joyous new celebration was born.
“The ‘Moet Party Day’ is another opportunity to celebrate and enjoy our exclusive range of champagnes around the world. On that day, we want Moët & Chandon to be at the heart of every celebration and for every celebration to be filled with special #moetmoments. “– Emmanuelle Baroux, Brand Manager Champagnes at Moet Hennessy Nigeria.
Moët Party Day has been tailor-made to share savoir-fête for more than 270 years.
“Moët & Chandon creates memorable moments around the world, that are about living life to the fullest. Moët Party Day makes it official, and provides a stylish way to live THE NOW and share in our sense of savoir-fête.” – Arnaud de Saignes, International Director of Marketing and Communications for Moët & Chandon.
The special day comes with a series of parties for over 1000 guests, in one day. The Day All-White party will host a privileged number of people to an amazing brunch at the Hard Rock Café Lagos, courtesy of Moet Ice Imperial. The Brunch will be followed by a private dinner around some select Moet Vintage Champagnes for exclusive guests. A Moet Nectar Night will then hold at Escape Nightclub, Lagos from 11pm to dawn. It will be a memorable night experience around the theme of pink & glamour and open to all.
There will also be pop up surprises by Moet & Chandon to lovers of the brand at several spots in Lagos.
Be sure to catch up with the #moetpartyday festivities online on www.moet.com.