Boundary Buddy owners Grant Collinge and Graeme Hornby presented Highbury Preparatory School’s headmaster, Mr Richard Stanley, with a cheque for R110 000. “These funds have been raised through both local and national businesses. By giving back to schools, people can now physically see who is involved in our community,” Hornby explains.
The Boundary Buddy system offers businesses the opportunity to get branding on prism-shaped wedges that are used on a daily basis on the school fields.
Highbury is delighted with these wedges as they are used to divide fields for mini sports, training, around sports field perimeters, and around the cycle track. The opportunities are endless.
After a full year, the Boundary Buddy wedge system is given to an underprivileged facility of the school’s choice at no cost, and a new system is supplied to the school. This program is, therefore, not a once off. It offers a sustainable source of income for schools, allowing advertisers the opportunity to reach their captive market on an annual and renewable basis – a large percentage of which is paid over to the school.
The event took place on 27 July at the Highbury Foundation Phase Inter-house Athletics Day, with guests including advertisers, boys, parents and staff at Highbury.
For more information on Boundary Buddy, visit www.boundarybuddy.co.za or contact Highbury on 031 765 9800.