The Trade Centre Wales on board as Event Partner and sponsor of the Young Sporting Hero Award
As the awards inch ever closer, preparations are in full swing to ensure a wonderful evening for all involved. Over the coming weeks we’ll be shining a light on our amazing sponsors, without whom we couldn’t put on the awards and honour some incredible children and young people.
We are pleased to announce The Trade Centre Wales as our Event Partner and sponsor of the Young Sporting Hero award.
With headquarters in Neath and a showroom in Cardiff, they are the largest used car sales company in Wales. They have expanded rapidly over the last few years, with 5 showrooms across the UK under the trade name The Trade Centre UK.
The Trade Centre Wales is a family-run business which prides itself on providing the highest quality used cars at the best value possible. It sells more than 40,000 used cars per year.
Mark Bailey, owner and founder of The Trade Centre Wales said “I feel incredibly honoured to have the opportunity to be involved again in The Child of Wales Awards.
“We work hard to give back to the incredible communities across Wales and I can think of no better or worthwhile cause than the awards and the incredible people that will be recognised at the event”
Blanche Sainsbury, Awards Founder said “It is great to be working with The Trade Centre Wales on the awards again. Their support for the Wales and Britain awards has been incredible and we are so grateful for their continued backing and dedication.”
Businesses across Wales have been putting their support behind the awards, confirmed sponsors are Principality Building Society, Bluestone National Park Resorts, Princes Gate Water, Redkite Law LLP, Thomas Carroll, Gower College Swansea, GD Harries & Sons, Castell Howell, Swansea City Football Club, Owens Group, Route Media, Valley Mill and Forrest Print.
There are only a few sponsorship options remaining, please contact Ashleigh Kerr on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Nominations for the awards are currently open, and will close on Friday 21st October 2022. Visit www.nationalchildrenofwalesawards.org/nominate-now to nominate a young hero or to find out more about the awards. Use the hashtag #COWA23 on social media.