Mission Hills Group has partnered with GLORY, the world’s premier stand-up combat league, to bring kickboxing to Shenzhen. Mission Hills Shenzhen is the tournament’s Official Hotel.
GLORY 57 Shenzhen – part of a five-city ‘Summer of GLORY 2018’ campaign – takes place at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center this Saturday, August 25.
Representatives from Mission Hills Group and GLORY were on hand for today’s weigh-in, including Tenniel Chu, Vice Chairman of Mission Hills Group, Marshall Zelaznik, CEO of GLORY and Scott Rudmann, Vice Chairman and Co-founder of GLORY.
For more information about Summer of GLORY 2018, the five-city campaign featuring can’t-miss events in New York, Denver, Shenzhen (China), Chicago and Amsterdam, visit glorykickboxing.com/summerofglory2018.
For more information about GLORY, visit glorykickboxing.com.
Photo 1-Mission Hills Group Vice-Chairman Tenniel Chu (centre) at the GLORY57 weigh-in ceremony with kickboxers Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (left) of Thailand and Belgium’s Marat Grigorian at Mission Hills Centreville in Shenzhen
Photo 2-Some of the world’s top kickboxers were at Mission Hills Centreville in Shenzhen for the official weigh-in ahead of the GLORY 57 Shenzhen event on Saturday, August 25.
About Mission Hills Group
Mission Hills Group, owner and operator of Mission Hills resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan, is synonymous with leisure, wellness, entertainment and luxury.
Founded in 1992, Mission Hills is recognized as one of the world’s leading golf brands and a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The world-class integrated leisure and wellness resort destinations have hosted more than 100 international tournaments, dating back to the World Cup of Golf in 1995, the first international golf tournament in China. Mission Hills has also been accredited by the Guinness World Records as the “World’s Largest Golf Club” and the “World’s Largest Mineral Springs and Spa Resort”.
Mission Hills’ properties sprawl over 40 square kilometres. They include 22 championship courses designed by renowned players and architects from five continents, five-star resorts, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centres, state-of-the-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Mission Hills is also the official training headquarters for China’s Tennis, Football and Golf Associations.
The Group’s ‘golf and more’ leisure philosophy has seen its tourism-related business expand into a leisure hub for multi-generational families. Mission Hills Centreville in Shenzhen and Haikou provides integrated shopping, recreational, business, education, entertainment, leisure and cultural experiences, including Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in Shenzhen in collaboration with the historic British boarding school. Mission Hills has also extended its foray into the hospitality industry by partnering with world-renowned hotel brands such as Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton. These collaborations have seen the opening of Ritz-Carlton’s first golf resort hotel in China and China’s first Hard Rock Hotel in Shenzhen.
Other significant projects include Movie Town in Haikou in partnership with China’s largest film production company, Huayi Brothers Media Corporation and award-winning director, Feng Xiaogang and China’s first Wet’n’Wild water park in collaboration with Australia’s leading entertainment group and largest theme park operator, Village Roadshow Limited.
Mission Hills has also announced ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona and the NBA to bring the world’s most famous football club and the world’s largest professional basketball league to its Haikou resort, making Hainan island a leading hub for football and basketball development in China.
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