JA Resorts and Hotels takes charge of catering Omega Dubai Desert Classic
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, February 04 - 2013 at 10:58
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As the Omega Dubai Desert Classic Challenge Match draws to a close this evening, Dubai has once again played host to one of the most-watched, well-attended events on the European Tour. Hosts Emirates Golf Club set the scene for 4 days of spectacular golf whilst JA Resorts and Hotels took charge of the catering.
Having previously catered the Dubai World Cup, various awards events and the Dubai Desert Classic from 1989 to 2006, JA Resorts & Hotels have experience in looking after such prestigious events.
This year was no different with a team of 300 service associates and 100 kitchen associates looking after 25 different chalets as well as the public catering area.
It is estimated that food was served to 3500 guests each day in the hospitality chalets with 12 trucks arriving daily from Jebel Ali Golf Resort with supplies.
It is estimated that over the 4-day period, 500,000 eggs, 200,000 liters of milk, 250,000 kg of flour and 150,000 kg of sugar were used in the food preparations along with 500 kg of fish, beef, chicken and lamb each day.
David Thomson, Chief Operating Officer of JA Resorts & Hotels expressed his delight at once again partnering with the world-class event.
"The Omega Dubai Desert Classic is always a fantastic event for UAE residents and tourists and really places Dubai on the map as a golfing destination. We're delighted to once again be catering for the event and we strive to provide delicious food and excellent service to all the visitors over the 4 days," he added.
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