Members of the Workwear Express staff have decided to lace up their running shoes and take on the Durham Big Run challenge later this month.
Originally approached by the event to create a range of printed t-shirts for the event, many of the Workwear Express staff then decided that rather than just provide the garments for the event, they would also get involved and take part in the run.
Workwear Express have produced a number of printed t-shirts for online comparison site, MoneySupermarket.
The website, founded in 1993, has become a popular stop for many people across Britain, providing the best price comparisons for insurance, travel, mobile phones and many more products. The company based in Flintshire has enjoyed a growth as the half-year projections have seen their pre-tax profits grow from £11.6m to £19.8m, an increase of 70%.
Workwear Express has continued their proud tradition of providing a range of garments and products for a number of high profile television shows, this time providing a number of printed t-shirts for Neville Wilshere, star of BBC’s hit television show “The Call Centre.”
The documentary, centred around Swansea based “Save Britain Money Group” has become a popular show with people right across Britain since airing on BBC3.
Workwear Express have produced a number of printed t-shirts for tennis coaching company, UPlay Tennis.
Based in the North West of London, UPlay Tennis provide a range of tennis coaching sessions. The aim of the initiative is to provide an affordable tennis option for people of all ages.
Our Twitter Premier League contest has been running for just over a week now and has seen a great amount of support and a variety of different names being entered.
While there have been many different players mentioned by those entering the contest, some are proving to be more popular than others.
So which players are currently sitting in the top 5 in terms of the number of entries they have picked up so far and what chance do they have of finishing the end of August with the most goals?