Royal Windsor Duck Race Saturday 28th June 2014
Dear Local Business Friends,
The Royal Windsor Duck Race takes place this year on the River Thames on Saturday 28th June and we are looking for your support by sponsoring ‘business ducks’ for the day.
This race has been held over recent years with support from our main sponsor King Edward Court, and has enabled the Rotary Club of Windsor & Eton and Windsor & Eton Town Partnership to raise in excess of £30,000, for numerous charities and towards the cost of Christmas decorations in the town centre.
Download the PDF flyer which provides more details about the duck race, prizes and other activities on the day.
Business ducks are £25 each and we ask you to consider sponsoring a duck and suggest a minimum of four ducks if possible please. All participants will have their business promoted on the day with numerous announcements throughout the race.
The winning prize for business ducks is boat hire for a day with a drinks and food hamper for 12 people. This is a great prize valued at over £600.00 and could be used to thank staff and/or entertain clients or customers.
Money raised so far has paid for new infrastructure for lights in St Leonards Road, lights for the main tree on Castle Hill and the main cross streets lights in Peascod Street and surrounding roads in the town centre. If you have a business located in the town we ask you especially to support this event to make sure we are able to continue to create an attractive shopping environment for all at Christmas.
In supporting this event you will be:
1) Participating in one of Windsor’s most popular events on the river Thames.
2) Helping to raise money for charity.
3) Helping to raise money for Christmas decorations.
4) Having the opportunity to win a great prize for you, your staff and clients.
Please support this event & contact David Shaw or Paul Roach to place your order. David Osmond the Rotary Treasurer will invoice accordingly you once you confirm your purchase to us.
Rotary Club of Windsor & Eton
Windsor and Eton Town Partnership