St Ives Bay Rotary unveil surfboard banner
St Ives Bay Rotary club have proved they’re cooler than most with the unveiling of their new portable promotional banner.
Instead of the traditional roller banner to sit in the background at events and photoshoots, they have recycled a surfboard!
The eye-catching mini-mal board has been transformed by St Ives Signs in the bright pink club colours and even has a holder attached containing copies of the club information leaflet.
It was revealed at the recent visit of Rotary’s district governor Stephen Lay.
Buy one get one free on main course and specials excludes fillet steaks and beef Wellington
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Valid until: Saturday, December 21 2013
St Ives Bay Rotary Club president Christine Rogers said: “We are delighted to have a banner which is so different and eye catching and will hopefully attract people to come and find out what Rotary is all about. It certainly stands out from the crowd!”
The surfboard can be seen every Tuesday at the Carbis Bay Hotel where St Ives Bay Rotary club meets at 6.45pm. Further information can be found at www.stivesbayrotary.co.uk or our Facebook page.