I Love Bramhall Sponsors InSync at Bramhall High School

28 Nov 2013

I Love Bramhall are delighted to become a sponsor of a new local Young Enterprise business “InSync” from Bramhall High School.

Young Enterprise is a nationally recognised educational charity, which gives the opportunity to young students to start and run their own business. As a part of this learning programme, the Year 11 students from Bramhall High school have set up their own business and seek support to succeed in future. 

“We are inviting the businesses in Bramhall to sponsor our team. This would not only be an opportunity for us to work with businesses in our locality, but also a way in which we can promote and create awareness about your business. We are going to be selling our unique products at several markets across Stockport and Manchester. We are going to be setting up our own stalls where we would advertise ourselves as well as you by having your logo and leaflets on our banners and stall; in the process making thousands of people aware of your business. As this programme is also a competition, we are going to perform in front of esteemed judges and participators from across the country and we promise to have your name and logo as a part of our presentation at each level. We are also designing our own official website at the moment, where we look forward to add a link to your business and website, directing our customers to you.”

There are two sponsorship packages; Regular sponsorship of £30 a year which will include business name and logo on every single card, stall, banner and website and Premium sponsorship of £50 a year to become leading sponsors; business name and logos will be highlighted in a bigger size than the Regular Sponsors.

If you are willing to sponsor InSync, please contact  [email protected] for further enquiries.

And the Winners of InSync’s First Venture – Christmas Cards are:

InSync is being run by Bramhall High School’s Year 11 students, they started their company by running a competition to design cards that were then to be sold on. The competition was open to the pupils of the local schools.

The winners of this competition were Millie Hall from Ladybrook primary school and Sean Penter, Josh Henshaw and Isobel Woosnam all from Bramhall High School.

InSync will be selling their cards at all the primary school fairs and will have a stall at the Light Up Bramhall Festival and a number of markets within Bramhall.

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