12 January 2018
…as Platinum Ent returns to Motor Action
PLATINUM Entertainment under the directorship of Spencer Madziya has relocated to Motor Action as The Volt Courtyard is currently under renovations.
The exercise, which is likely to stretch for months, has come at a time when the joint was now too small to accommodate hordes of guests at the upmarket eatery and watering hole.
In an interview, Boss Spencer – as the Platinum Entertainment director is fondly known – said they had no choice but to move to a bigger venue to accommodate more patrons.
“Judging from the feedback from our fans, we have since moved the Epic Sundays from The Volt to Motor Action and it is going to be a summer with a difference.
“We made this move to ensure that we have classier summer affair and we have put adequate plans to host our loyal and new clientele,” he said.
As part of Platinum Entertainment’s 2018 resolutions, Boss Spencer said they have lined-up a fun-filled calendar of events.
“We have the ability now to host bigger outdoor shows, festivals as well as keeping our patrons fit as we have introduced an array of sports from soccer, volleyball etc.
“We have also assembled an all Star Volt soccer team, which is being coordinated by one of the Volt executives Godfrey Bakasa,” he added.
Platinum Entertainment’s return to Motor Action has been endorsed by many after they held a massive party on New Year ’s Eve.
After all, the Platinum Entertainment movement started at Motor Action where Boss Spencer used to hold the Epic Sunday session which had become popular with H-Town’s merry-makers.
They relocated to The Volt after the death of joint owner Eric Rosen.
And after creating a huge following at The Volt, they had no choice but to return to Motor Action since the venue had proved to be too small.
Motor Action will be open from Tuesday to Sunday.