Free Limited Edition Grand Depart T-Shirt Offer by Sheffield Chamber

30th April 2014

If you have ever thought about becoming a Chamber member there has never been a better time! Sheffield Chamber has 150* limited edition t'shirts to give away before Sheffield's leg of the race on 6th July, each come with a special certificate showing their limited edition authenticity.

This is a bespoke design exclusive to Sheffield Chamber and not for general sale to members or non members. So the only way to acquire one is to sign on the dotted line before stock runs out! *Total issue 250 including sponsors allocation To get your t-shirt either: become a member of the Sheffield Chamber,  or refer a business to Sheffield Chamber and if the company decides to join, a t-shirt will be given to the member that made the referral and also the new member. For more information on membership visit or call 0114 201 8888. If you are already a member and would like to refer a business to the Sheffield Chamber, contact your Account Manager or visit Please note you will not receive £30 referral fee while this special offer is taking place. Sheffield Chamber would like to thank all sponsors involved in the Grand Depart t-shirts: Wosskow Brown Solicitors Mercury Taxis Swindell & Pearson Ltd Mike Brewer Motors Ogilvie & Sheffield Steelers

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