New Product is anything but PANTS!

Introducing the latest campaign which is already proving to be a success. Sexy Limited Edition Boxer Style Male and Female Pants
Given to anyone taking a test – not a freebie giveaway!

Costs are as follows:

  • 1,000 pieces off each of Male and Female Boxers
  • Text printed into the waistband
  • Sizes supplied for young people are 8 and 10 women’s/and Small Medium Mens – although they are on the larger side!
  • Delivery in 6 weeks from receipt of order and artwork
  • Cost Includes airfreight
  • Carriage from Customs is extra dependant on the final quantity and delivery location in the UK

Minimum order is 2,000 pieces (ie 2,000 off male or Female / 1,000 off each kind). Exclusive of VAT. We have also produced matching banner stands and other promotional materials to co-ordinate with the campaign –

Prices on Request. Contact us today!

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It’s Volunteers Week

As volunteers week is upon us 1 – 7 June we thought that we’d post a little something about the behind the scenes work that we do at edge. Managing Director of Edge, Bev Ross has recently completed her fourth year as a business volunteer working at the St Lawrence Academy in Scunthorpe on Young Enterprise programme Enterprise in Action.

The programme recently received press coverage in the Grimsby & Scunthorpe Telegraph for its work completed at the academy:

http://www.thisisscunthorpe.co.uk/news/Pupils-learn-value-teamwork-enterprise-event/article-3556301-detail/article.html

Edge of Africa

Edge new media client Paul Watson and two colleagues have recently returned from working in the township of Khayalethu in South Africa. A volunteer trip organised through Edge of Africa, which gives volunteers the opportunity to make a direct impact on the local community and environment.

Edge provided a cash donation and goodie bags of pens and pencils for the trip. The cash donation was turned into practical items including notebooks and erasers for the children of the township.

Commenting on the trip, Paul Watson said “This township has a long history of poor health, inadequate housing – most people live in wooden shacks and very low levels of educational attainment. The generous donation that Edge provided made a huge difference to the children, everyday items that we class as being small and inexpensive really do have an impact to the people of Khayalethu.

A further return volunteer trip is already planned for January 2012, anyone who would like to make a donation to assist with the trip can contact Bev Ross, Edge New Media Managing Director via email enquiries@edgeinteractive.org.uk

For futher details about the charitable organisation and the work being done in Khayalethu visist http://www.edgeofafrica.com