Christmas help with free kids T-Shirts from Banbury company
Sporting merchandise suppliers The Terrace will offer free T-shirts to children of struggling families
A Banbury business is doing its part to help struggling families this Christmas by offering free T-shirts for children as Christmas presents.
Sporting merchandise suppliers The Terrace will be creating the unique branded T-shirt and giving them away to youngsters as a gesture of support for those struggling at the moment.
The Terrace is widely known around the country as a supplier of merchandise for well known sporting brands such as Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Oxford United. Locally the company is the kit supplier for Banbury United and one of the club’s sponsors.
Now the team at The Terrace are looking to give something back to their local community and help those in need during the pandemic.
Managing Director Carl Sewell said, “As a brand we are firm believers in ensuring our customers are not just order numbers.
“The world is a very upside down place currently and our ethos has always been to ensure we give back to not just football communities in which we operate and retail in, but also amongst our customer base who support us so loyally.
“As an added bit of help this Christmas for parents who are struggling, whether it be through redundancy or the knock on effect from the pandemic, we will be launching stock of a kids t shirt, Terrace themed with an exclusive design, something kids will love to wear if they love football.
“We will make the shirt available free of charge for parents to order, until stock runs out with the hope it may even just lighten the pressure at Christmas for a number of parents.”
The T-shirts will be available from The Terrace website. It is anticipated they will be ready to take orders from next, whilst stocks last.
Early indications are that there will be high demand. Carl said, “Its been discussed quite a lot on social media and whereas we thought it might have to be a few hundred in stock to begin with we’re now discussing thousands”.
You can listen to our interview with Carl Sewell here:
Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam