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01 December,2017

Branded Clothing for Brand Ambassadors and Sponsored Riders by Bequestrian

We are approached every day by Equine Companies looking to kit out their brand ambassadors in personalised clothing. It’s so important that your brand ambassadors are promoting your brand in a positive way whether it is through their social media or at events. You are looking for your brand ambassador to proactively promote your business; if they are wearing personalised clothing, your branding will be seen in all that they do and every photograph that is taken of them.

Of course, an embroidered saddlecloth or rug is important but if you also offer your rider a clothing item which is a little different and desirable they will wear it again and again.

Here are a few ideas of products which we can embroider with your logo that we feel really work well for companies with Brand Ambassadors…..

Ambassador Jacket – this item of clothing is our absolute favourite! It’s a fitted lightweight padded jacket. The stretchy side panels and cuffs give the jacket a really flattering fit and make it comfortable to ride in. The jacket has lots of different embroidery areas, making it perfect for promoting your brand to the maximum. We particularly like embroidering down the side panels as it’s a little different and really stands out. We recently produced some Ambassador jackets for the team at Burlybed for their sponsored riders and the jackets went down really well. We were able to embroider the side panels with their #TeamBurly which looked really smart!

Baselayers – printed baselayers would be worn everyday by your sponsored riders in all weathers. They are a really popular riding garment so why not have your brand emblazoned on the sleeves. We have recently produced some printed baselayers for the team at Equissage where we printed ‘Team Equissage’ down the sleeves.

PomPom Hats – something a little different that will definitely be worn every day in the winter. Our faux fur pom-pom beanie hats are super cosy and look really smart embroidered with a logo. The team at Kevin Bacon’s recently ordered some and then reordered again within a week as they were so popular!

These are just a taster of the products that we are able to offer for Brand Ambassadors. Please contact us and we’d be delighted to talk through your individual requirements.

Please visit Bequestrian at:

www.facebook.com/bequestrian1

https://twitter.com/B_Equine

www.instagram.com/b_equine

www.bequestrian.uk


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