PR is not balls!

18 01 2010

We’ve been talking a lot about Love Balls and we’re thrilled to tell you about a unique opportunity to promote your business and raise the profile and money for Orchid – The Male Cancer Charity.

You could become one of only five exclusive sponsors of our “Love Balls” event, securing fantastic PR coverage for your business.

As you’ll know the event will take place at AFC Bournemouth on 19th February 2010, and is likely to attract over 100 attendees from across the region including Colin Osborne himself, the founder of the national charity Orchid.

This opportunity will give you and your business the following PR opportunities:

· 2 FREE tickets to attend the actual event (worth £44)
· A logo and website on the tickets
· A profile in the event program
· Banner and stand display coverage at the event
· Leaflet opportunities at the event and in the goody bags
· A profile and listing on the website, Facebook and other social media tools

This excellent PR opportunity is open to a maximum of five sponsors who donate a minimum of £200 per business.

Want to take advantage of this opportunity and find out more, then call us on 01202 853647 or email us at info@creative-leadership.co.uk

And because it’s Blue Monday, here’s a special ball clip for you.

Thanks again for your help making a difference to others by raising the profile and awareness of this horrible illness.

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19 01 2010
Look after the Love Balls « Life in the Cancer Fallout Zone

[…] Sponsor the event to gain excellent pr for your business […]

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