We are delighted to announce that Sytner BMW are sponsoring the Winners’ Live Story Package at the inaugural National Children of Wales Awards.
Sytner BMW is a private BMW dealership which currently operates 16 retailers nationwide, ensuring that there is a convenient location for almost everyone.
Its team of experts are passionate about every aspect of BMW ownership, which helps the company provide the best possible service to all customers on a daily basis. Whether a customer is looking for a brand-new BMW, an Approved Used BMW, or wants a BMW in for a service, they will be greeted by an experienced, friendly team.
The company recognises that BMW drivers have specialised needs, so it endeavours to tailor its services to each individual customer. Sytner is committed to maintaining the highest possible dealership standards at all times, which ensures that its excellent reputation continues to grow.
Of its involvement with the National Children of Wales Awards, Nigel Hurley, divisional managing director, said:
“The first event of its kind, the National Children of Wales Awards will recognise inspirational young people throughout Wales with awards in bravery, diversity, fundraising and more. The Sytner BMW & MINI team are in awe of the nominees and we hope that these powerful stories will inspire and encourage other young people around the country.
“We represent the BMW & MINI Brands with a number of dealerships in Wales and we always aim to support and contribute to the local community. To be involved in such an event is an honour; we would like to congratulate all of the children nominated and we look forward to attending and sharing this amazing evening with them”.
A bespoke design by acclaimed international fashion designer Jayne Pierson, the use of a super yacht for three days and a box at the Royal Albert Hall are just some of the prizes that will be available at the National Children of Wales Awards thanks to the generosity of the business community.
The National Children of Wales Awards will take place at the Celtic Manor on April 3, 2020. The organisers aim to raise £100,000 at the event, which will be distributed to four charities in Wales that help children: The Teenage Cancer Trust, Dreams & Wishes, the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and the Bluestone Foundation.
The event has already attracted remarkable support from the business community with all award categories now sponsored for the evening – though opportunities remain for businesses to get involved by supporting other aspects of the event.
The event’s two main sponsors are The Trade Centre Wales, one of the largest and fastest growing used car companies in the UK, and Bidfood, one of the largest food wholesalers in the UK.
The category sponsors are: 1192 Laser & Beauty Clinic, Andrew Rees & Sons Butchers, Barclays, Bibendum Wine, DWJ Group, DWJ Wealth Management, Gower College Swansea, Iceland Foods, Joe’s Ice Cream, MGY, Mitre Linen, Princes Gate, Principality Building Society, RedKite Solicitors, Sytner BMW and Thomas Recruitment Group.
But the event hopes to add even more extraordinary auction prizes to the roster – giving it every chance of exceeding its £100,000 target for the evening.
Blanche Sainsbury, chair of the Bluestone National Park Resort and founder of the National Children of Wales Awards, said:
“Companies from across Wales have demonstarted remarkable generosity in their support for the inaugural National Children of Wales Awards through both backing the event as sponsors and by offering some extraordinary auction prizes. We have been blown away by the support for this event so far and we are delighted to still be speaking to a number of businesses and individuals about additional prices and sponsorship opportunities.”
Some 15 children will be recognised at the awards. The categories focus on diversity, bravery, sporting achievements, and will recognise children who help others through championing causes, caring and fundraising.
The prestigious event will feature male voice choir Only Men Aloud, the winners of BBC talent show Last Choir Standing; Angelicus Celtis, a choir of Welsh schoolgirls who reached the semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent in 2017; and the event will also feature performances from Motionhouse, a world-class dance-circus production company.
Anyone interested in sponsoring the awards, buying a table or donating an auction prize, please contact Mark Hillary at: email@example.com