Mo­tor Ac­tion re­claims Sun­day

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - SOCIETY - An­drew Moyo

THE fes­tive pe­riod is on the hori­zon and it comes as no sur­prise that there has also been a hive of ac­tiv­ity on the leisure scene with nu­mer­ous new spots be­ing opened in the cap­i­tal.

Club Katar, Emoji and Con­nect are some of the new places that have added op­tions for mer­ry­mak­ers as Harare gears up for the De­cem­ber “silly sea­son”.

As com­pe­ti­tion heats up, both new and old wa­ter­ing holes have their knives out, cre­at­ing in­ter­est­ing con­cepts in a bid to lure clients.

In the midst of all this, Mo­tor Ac­tion Sports Club has man­aged to re­claim its ti­tle as the top Sun­day spot.

For the greater part of 2015 and 2016, the Mo­tor Ac­tion Epic Sun­days en­ter­tain­ment con­cept was among the most pop­u­lar in Harare be­fore be­ing moved to a smaller venue, The Volt.

Since Plat­inum En­ter­tain­ment’s re­turn to the sports club early this year, th­ese “Epic Sun­days” have slowly re­gained their pop­u­lar­ity if the num­bers they have been at­tract­ing of late are any­thing to go by.

This is sim­ply the place to be for those who want to shut down their week­end with a bang. Un­like some prom­i­nent out­lets with class struc­tures, the at­mos­phere at this par­tic­u­lar Sun­day ses­sion cre­ates a level play­ing field where peo­ple from all walks of life mix and min­gle on the same turf.

From celebri­ties and so­cialites to your or­di­nary Joe, all are wel­comed with open arms.

Be­sides en­trance be­ing free, the drinks are also af­ford­able, which makes for an in­ter­est­ing bar­gain or rather an at­trac­tive chill spot af­ter a week­end spend­ing spree.

With a tal­ented con­tin­gent of DJs and MCs, in­clud­ing Candy­man, Tree­house, Ikonik Krimz, Yung Fresh, Big Dol­lar Bruce and Abisha Palmer, there is never a short­age of en­ter­tain­ment.

Alert to the grow­ing de­mands of the bal­loon­ing clien­tele, the brains be­hind the op­er­a­tion, Spencer Madziya, has done a great job en­sur­ing that there are im­prove­ments on both the venue and ser­vices.

Speak­ing to The Sun­day Mail So­ci­ety, Madziya high­lighted that Mo­tor Ac­tion has been and con­tin­ues to be the place of choice for out­door sum­mer par­ty­ing.

“The lo­ca­tion, am­bi­ence, en­ter­tain­ment and hos­pi­tal­ity cre­ates one of the finest spots to be. The con­cept has over the years evolved as we seek to give value to our clients or rather part­ners, as we would like to call them.

“We have done some ren­o­va­tions and have also in­tro­duced an out­door sport live stream­ing van with a big screen for our sports lovers. Be­sides all the im­prove­ments we are mak­ing, our DJ line up gives Mo­tor Ac­tion the tag of be­ing Sun­day’s best,” said Madziya.

He added that they are plan­ning var­i­ous in­ter­est­ing ac­tiv­i­ties and events for the fes­tive sea­son so as to cater for their pa­trons.

“The fes­tive sea­son has many sur­prises as we seek to give our part­ners the very best of en­ter­tain­ment and like we al­ways say ‘it’s busi­ness do­ing plea­sure with you’. We prom­ise to stick to our end of the bar­gain - giv­ing you only the best.”

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