Huge banners printed for blind sports event
June 16, 2012 by Gareth
A huge promotional banner has been produced to help drum up support for a sporting event for blind people in the in Sheffield region.
A banner has been commissioned by Graham Moore, the chairman of Westfield Health, to draw attention to a sporting event for the blind. The British Ten Pin Trios Championship is sponsored by Westfield Health and is run in association with British Blind Sport. Graham Moore requested that a 40 foot long banner should be created to promote the event, using banner printing.
Chesterfield, Sheffield and the surrounding regions are familiar with Westfield Health and the work it carries out on behalf of both local and national charities. When a large event is being planned – like the British Blind Sports events – a lot of high-level promotional work is needed to ensure it is a success. Banner printing can be an ideal solution in these situations. Banners give are impactful and visually stimulating whilst being simple to implement when using a company that offers professional banner printing services.
The Westfield Health Charitable Trust offers help to a variety of charities with everything from donations to promotional materials to hands-on involvement; and the trust recently surpassed the £10 million mark in terms of the amount it has given to charity. More information about the work that the Westfield Health Charitable Trust carries out can be found on their website.
British Blind Sport aims to provide accessible events and facilities to people with impaired sight throughout the UK.