Damart unveils warming the nation campaign


By The Drum Team | Staff Writer

November 1, 2012 | 1 min read

Thermal clothing company Damart has revealed its warming the nation campaign, developed by MCG PR, which has seen statues across the UK, such as the Fenner Brockway statue in Red Lion Square, wrapped up in thermals.

In addition, regional homeless charities including Simon’s Community in London, The Mustard Tree in Manchester, St George’s Crypt in Leeds, Habitat for Humanity in Liverpool and The Clothing Store in Scotland, have received a donation of thermals and warm outer-wear.

John Bottomley, marketing director at Damart commented on the campaign: “We’re delighted to be able support these homeless charities which offer such an invaluable service. We hope our thermals will go some way to help keep people warm and comfortable during the bitter winter months.”

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