LET’S TALK BOLLOX FOR A WORTHY CAUSE!

28 05 2010

I beg your pardon?

No, you heard right; I’d like to talk bollox for a worthy cause!

The worthy cause is Everyman, the male cancer charity who we’re hoping to raise significant amounts of cash, as well as awareness for, over the coming years with a new series of events.

The events are called Legends Talking Bollox!

The way we see it, if you’re going to get people to sit up and pay attention it’s best done with a smile on your face.  So that’s what we’re going to do.

Legends Talking Bollox! is going to be an irreverent, entertaining series of events raising funds for and awareness of the fight against testicular cancer with a legend from the world of sport at each event. We’ll be auctioning sporting memorabilia too.

We’ll be talking bollox at sportsmen’s dinners, pubs, sports clubs and night clubs so there’ll be an appropriate night out for everyone so joining in and supporting the cause will be easy to do.

The focus will be on entertainment as we seek to raise awareness around the sensitive area (pun intended) of checking for and discussing testicular cancer. We’ve even coined a phrase;

“it’s okay to talk bollox, your life may depend on it!”

Want to get involved beyond simply buying tickets and joining us for a great night out?

We’re currently seeking partners for sponsorship and venue hosting so why not get in touch; jim@legendstalking.com

Sponsorship packages range from in kind support through to title sponsorship.

For venues, as long as you’re in the UK and don’t mind a good time in support of a great cause, we’d love to hear from you. If you’re not in the UK, drop us a line anyway. We’d like to talk bollocks everywhere!

© Jim Cowan, Cowan Global Limited 2010

jim@legendstalking.com or jim.cowan@cowanglobal.net

www.legendstalking.com or www.cowanglobal.net

PS. DID YOU KNOW BOLLOX IS NOT AN OFFENSIVE WORD?

Didn’t think so! It’s actually the only word in the entire English language which the Court has declared not offensive; and that’s not Bollox!


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