Move More Month - Business Opportunities

27th March 2019

"It is with great delight we announce some fantastic opportunities for business involvement Move More Month (June) for 2019.

The city-wide festival kick starts with a Guinness World Record Hopscotch attempt - a great way to showcase Sheffield's ambition to become the most active city in the UK. "We are seeking like-minded businesses to help transform Sheffield into the most active city in the UK and have a host of ways for you to partner with us, including the headline sponsorship of the month and our 100 club. "Opportunities and benefits are outlined in this sponsorship pack but include a workplace challenge for your staff, a chance to set a world record and reach into businesses and communities across Sheffield. "It would be amazing to have you and your business involved and together, we can make it easier for everyone in Sheffield to enjoy the social, cultural and economic benefits of being active everyday." Professor Robert Copeland, PhD. C.Psychol National Centre for Sport & Exercise Medicine Sheffield & The Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, Sheffield Hallam University. For more information on sponsorship opportunities: Single Sponsorship Headline Sponsorship

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