Greenspan Projects build on Go! Rhinos success!22nd January 2016
Marwell Wildlife is excited to announce that Greenspan Projects have joined the herd in sponsoring a sculpture for Marwell’s Zany Zebras.
Greenspan Projects is the latest business to sign up to the public art extravaganza Marwell’s Zany Zebras which will be hitting the streets of the Southampton city centre and Marwell Zoo this summer. The creative design and build company is a returning sponsor, having previously joined Go! Rhinos in 2013 sponsoring ‘NOT a Target’.
Rod Morton, Director of Greenspan Projects said: "The whole team at Greenspan Projects is overjoyed to be part of Marwell’s Zany Zebras stampede! After the success of the Go! Rhinos project, we could not resist being part of another remarkable project that Marwell Wildlife has organised. We certainly will be following and documenting the Zebras’ journey to Southampton and will be on a track to find our Zebra once the trail is ready."
Chloe Slade, Marketing Manager at Greenspan Projects continued: “What an honour it is to be part of a stampede that is not only bringing fun and joy to the city of Southampton but also raising money for a fantastic cause. We are proud to be supporting such a wonderful project that inspires children to use their imagination and be creative."
Southampton will become the home to a herd of colourful zebra sculptures that will pop up across the city as part of a public art event that promises to create an unforgettable trail for families to enjoy.
Kirstie Mathieson, Project Manager for Marwell’s Zany Zebras said: “We are delighted the Greenspan Projects have joined the stampede. Their Go! Rhinos sculpture ‘Not a Target’ was a huge success – we can’t wait to see what design they will commission this time!”
For more information about how to sponsor one of Marwell’s Zany Zebras, visit the website http://zanyzebras.org.uk/sponsors/
Rod Morton and Chloe Slade from Greenspan Projects with Kirstie Mathieson and Gilbert the Zebra