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Imagine help keep the Lottery balls rolling!!..

Friday May 1, 2009 at 2:41pm
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‘All aboard’ RRS Discovery, Dundee

‘Ball Pool’ at the Aquatics centre, Leeds

Buoy - oh - buoy!!..

Imagine Inflatables have just completed another project of bespoke installations throughout the UK for the National Lottery! Following the success of last years' exercise, leading London based agency 'Red' were keen to commission Imagine Inflatables on a 'turn-key' basis to design, supply and install various giant inflatable lottery balls throughout the Lotterys' regions in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The purpose of this is to increase the profile of good causes which benefit from Lottery Funding throughout their local communities and therefore improve awareness of where the participants' money goes.   

A precise schedule of deliveries had to be agreed and adhered to as installations were co-ordinated with media / photocalls (including TV & radio) at the various venues spread throughout the land. Roger Warmington - Operations Manager with Imagine commented "This challenging project always proves interesting!.. With the tight timeframe requirement for installations to be effective,.. together with the widespread geographic dimension, good planning and logistics are paramount! But it's good to know that Imagine Inflatables has 'delivered' again!!.."

Causes that have been supported by the National Lottery and which have 'hosted' the giant inflatable spheres - branded as Lottery balls have stretched from the "RRS Discovery' at Discovery Quay in Dundee,.. to The Eden Project near St Austell, Cornwall - and from The Bogside & Brandywell Health Forum in Derry,.. to the 'Crew Club' in Brighton.  
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