Branding from a leading event production company was in the spotlight during the recent Run to the Beat half marathon in London.
GTMS produced lengths of eye-catching strip branding printed on Jettex canvas which was displayed around the track’s perimeter fencing and featured sponsors’ logos.
The half marathon event in London, which took place at the O2 Arena, was a great success attracting thousands of runners and footage was shown on Channel 4.
The project was undertaken for IMG, global marketing and media solutions company. Caroline Selvon, Sponsorship Executive at IMG said: “We are delighted with the strip branding. GTMS consistently delivers a reliable and high quality service and we would certainly call upon their expertise in the future.”
The Sony Ericsson Run to the Beat half marathon was the third prestigious project GTMS has completed for IMG this year following the Hampshire firm’s production of strip branding for the London Triathlon and the London Duathlon.
GTMS Director Dominik Short said: “This was an excellent project to be involved with as it is high profile and in the public eye. Our team has extensive experience of print projects of all sizes and specifications and we are extremely pleased with the finished products.
“It’s great to be brought on board by IMG for the third time this year and serves as a firm foundation for further projects. The GTMS team and IMG have established a good relationship and we look forward to working together in the future,” he added.
In addition to offering branding and event production, GTMS provides exceptional print services for large scale and complex projects. With 25 years’ experience under its belt and a wealth of prestigious clients – including the BBC, e-on, Bacardi, Marks & Spencer and Fat Face, GTMS takes care of every aspect from the initial design through to the production and installation by its expert team.
The forward-thinking team of 22 employees operates from under one roof – a 38,000 sq. ft purpose-built site complete with offices, workshops and warehouse.