Root Fifty Two Welcomes World-Famous Equestrian Surfaces Ltd to Portfolio

Root Fifty Two are thrilled to welcome Burnley-based specialist business Equestrian Surfaces Ltd to their growing portfolio of exciting and successful clients.

Equestrian Surfaces Ltd manufacture, supply, install and maintain state-of-the-art synthetic all-weather riding surfaces, used in both competition and training situations, for horse riding disciplines such as Dressage, Show Jumping, Polo and more. Providing bespoke arenas too; their services have been used all over the world, and are even trusted by Her Majesty The Queen.

Established for 35 years from their headquarters in Burnley, Equestrian Surfaces are now looking to expand their business and reach out to a wider market. Root Fifty Two were happy to supply the team with details of how they could support Equestrian Surfaces with their marketing plan; including a brand refresh, a new website, PPC, social media marketing, email marketing and print design, just to name a few.

Root Fifty Two will be operating as Equestrian Surfaces’ marketing team, offering a wide range of marketing and design solutions, both on and offline. They took the time to get to know the business, and this approach, combined with creativity, transparency and flexibility to provide all marketing services is why Equestrian Surfaces chose Root Fifty Two over many others.

Director of Root Fifty Two Kimberley Thompson said:

“We are very much looking forward to getting our teeth into this exceptional project. Equestrian Surfaces are established and highly respected and we are excited to develop that brand into something even bigger as we work closely with their team to support with all marketing activities, and anything else they throw our way!”

 

Left to right: Thomas Harper, Director, Equestrian Surfaces, Kimberley Thompson, Director – Root Fifty Two, Paul O’Kane, Website developer Root Fifty Two, Rhyse Hines, Digital Marketing – Root Fifty Two, James Harper, Director, Equestrian Surfaces.

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