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LABEL joins forces with Coppafeel

  LABEL has joined the fight with Coppafeel. Known and loved for their incredible approach to education and awareness of breast cancer, the charity has recruited the help of LABEL to support the next infamous seven day trek – which last year celebrated its tenth anniversary with Coppafeel ambassador Giovanna Fletcher as well as Frankie Bridge, Olivia Buckland, Alex Bowen, Candice Brown, Nadia Sawalha and 100 other trekkers take on the challenge across the Himalayas. One of LABEL’s favourite influencers INPO headed to the Himalayas as a trekker, decked out in our client Regatta Great Outdoors - the brand sponsored INPO (Vickie) by making a donation to Coppafeel to show their support. The LABEL team followed Vickie’s journey while she...

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Regatta helps Sport Relief celebs raise millions for charity

We loved playing a small part in the incredible 2020 Sport Relief fundraising efforts. Our brands helped in numerous ways, but our favourite has to be Regatta Great Outdoors’ incredible support of Jo Whiley and her BBC Radio 2 teammates Reverend Kate Bottley and Richie Anderson (and a few other famous faces along the way) who tackled an extremely demanding three-day triathlon challenge to raise money for the charity.  Jo and the team loved their gifted Regatta fleeces and waterproof coats as they battled wind, rain and even sleet as they ran, swam and cycled around the country. Rather them than us! Regatta was seen on BBC1, across social media and had a special shout out from the charity on its...

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Regatta helps get celebs to the top of Kilimanjaro

This February, celebrities headed up Mount Kilimanjaro once again to raise money for Comic Relief and Regatta Great Outdoors were delighted to support Team Kilimanjaro on the #ReturnToKili challenge by providing some helpful kit to get them to the top! Massive congratulations from Label PR and Regatta Great Outdoors to Team Kilimanjaro who battled 7 days of debilitating altitude sickness, severe weather changes and basic camping conditions, Shirley Ballas, Ed Balls, Anita Rani, Dani Dyer, Alexander Armstrong, Dan Walker, Osi Umenyiora, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock made it to the summit of Africa’s highest mountain. Team Kilimanjaro did an amazing job. Watch #ReturnToKili on BBC One in the run up to Red Nose Day, which is on Friday 15th March. All money raised will help Comic Relief. To support the team, you can...

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