Swindon's leading creative agency Jazzbones has been part of Julia's House - The Big Dog Art Trail since the very early stages - helping to create a brand identity and produce design materials for the big charity event which will take place in Swindon this summer.
Now the Jazzbones team have decided they want to play a bigger part in the trail and have signed up to sponsor one of the 30 Swindogs and become a member of the dog pack.
The super-sized Swindog sculptures will create the UK’s first-ever balloon dog art trail and raise vital funds for local children’s hospice charity, Julia’s House.
Established in 2005, Swindon-based Jazzbones Creative has grown over time working with national brands and local companies alike. They work collaboratively with their clients on integrated communications strategies and cost-effective marketing campaigns.
The company also prides itself upon having an extensive track record of working with charities.
Nathan Sandhu, Founder of Jazzbones Creative, said: “We were thrilled when we were chosen to work on the branding and design work for The Big Dog Art Trail. It’s such a brilliant event to come to our home town of Swindon and as a team we wanted to get more involved with the trail so we decided we wanted to sponsor one of the Swindogs."
"We’re in this project for the long run and will be supporting Julia’s House all the way. And we can’t wait to see the balloon dog sculptures all around Swindon!”
The Jazzbones team chose their top-secret Swindog design at the recent design selection event and it will be placed in the Town Gardens in Swindon.
Chris Hyde, Project Manager for The Big Dog Art Trail, said: “We’re so grateful to Jazzbones, and all our fantastic sponsors, for supporting the trail. We have just 10 Swindogs that need a sponsor now, so I’d urge local businesses to get in touch soon if they don’t want to miss out on being part of this incredible event."
“By sponsoring a Swindog and joining The Big Dog Art Trail pack, your company will be part of an event which brings thousands of visitors to Swindon. The trail will improve brand awareness for your business or organisation in a unique and memorable way and it will help you build a feel-good factor among your employees, customers and stakeholders. Crucially, you’ll also be helping to raise funds for Julia’s House children’s hospice and supporting our care for the most seriously ill children and their families in your community.”
The Big Dog Art Trail will run from 15 July - 3 September, 2023, and end with a grand farewell weekend where all of the Swindog sculptures will be brought together under one roof.
The giant creations will then head off to their forever homes after being adopted at a special auction event to raise money for Julia’s House children’s hospice.
The Big Dog Art Trail is being brought to Swindon by Julia’s House and global public art producer Wild in Art, who has previously hosted trails in cities across the UK and worldwide.
Those interested in becoinge a sponsor or getting the latest Big Dog Art Trail updates, can visit: bigdogarttrail.co.uk/sponsors
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