Sponsorship opportunities for businesses in Thanet

Thanet businesses are invited to become a 2016 sponsor for a traditional Japanese sword school - the Nishimon Dojo (www.nishimondojo.co.uk) - in East Kent (Broadstairs). Sponsorship will benefit the local community and raise awareness of the school, while offering sponsors the chance for many PR and corporate opportunities.

The Nishimon Dojo is a not-for-profit organisation that runs Tuesday and Friday nights at St Georges School, Broadstairs. The practice is aimed at people who wish to improve themselves, both physically and mentally through the concept of Tanren - forging the spirit through martial practice.

The sponsorship money will be used for much needed equipment, to help promote the school, and to carry out demonstrations (at local schools and at events) or workshops.

In return for a £500 sponsorship, companies will:

  • receive a free press release (PR) either around the sponsorship or anything of your choice (via digital marketing specialists Speedie Consultants)
  • be invited to attend, or provided with, a workshop / corporate event for staff to try out the Art
  • have their company and sponsorship logo added to the website and the contribution promoted via the Dojo’s social media activities
  • have a company banner displayed at an arts annual seminar – last year we had people attend from around the World and there is an opportunity to have branding on event posters going out in January 2016.

Instructor, Jason Hulott, from the school says: “Our Dojo teaches a number of historical Japanese Sword Arts. These arts are over 500 years old and have been passed down from the battlefields of ancient Japan to the modern Dojos around the World today.

“These are Sword Arts using steel blunt or wooden swords. Most practice has no direct practical self defence application (as we don’t carry swords like the samurai used to) but is an excellent way to improve fitness, flexibility, mental acuity, encourage confidence and self discipline.

“Sponsorship of our Dojo will help us grow and allow us to take advantage of more opportunities to share our Art with the local community, and give people more access by providing equipment, and possibilities for seminars and workshops.”

Please visit www.nishimondojo.co.uk – or connect on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/nishimondojo - to find out more about the Dojo. For sponsorship enquiries, please call Jason Hulott, Dojo Cho, on: 07940 521056 or email: jason@speediepr.co.uk

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Jason Hulott, Dojo Cho, on: 07940 521056 or email: jason@speediepr.co.uk


About Nishimon Dojo:

Nishimon Dojo is a Japanese Sword School based in Thanet, Kent. We are registered with the DNBK and KNBK organisations respectively as well as registered members of the HNIR - UK Shibu.  Our teachings are aligned with the teachings of the Japanese schools that created these arts and we can trace our teachers back to the art founders, in some case over 500 years ago.

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Speedie Consultants was established in 2003 by Jason and Stella Hulott, which sees them offering over 50 years’ combined experience in the digital marketing and copywriting industries. Speedie Consultants Limited is a registered Google partner and offers many solutions for businesses’ internet marketing needs including the provision of web content; article marketing; blog set up and marketing; press release syndication; affiliate programme set up and management; and consultancy. Our clients are primarily finance and insurance based and all our copy is FCA compliant. All our clients are valued, and we work with all different types and sizes of businesses, from one-man operations to SME’s to household names including several Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies.

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Thanet businesses are invited to become a 2016 sponsor for a traditional Japanese sword school - the Nishimon Dojo (www.nishimondojo.co.uk) - in East Kent (Broadstairs)
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Sponsorship will benefit the local community and raise awareness of the school, while offering sponsors the chance for many PR and corporate opportunities
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The Nishimon Dojo is a not-for-profit organisation that runs Tuesday and Friday nights at St Georges School, Broadstairs. The practice is aimed at people who wish to improve themselves, both physically and mentally through the concept of Tanren - forging the spirit through martial practice
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In return for a £500 sponsorship, companies will: • receive a free press release (PR) either around the sponsorship or anything of your choice (via digital marketing specialists Speedie Consultants) • be invited to attend, or provided with, a workshop / corporate event for staff to try out the Art • have their company and sponsorship logo added to the website and the contribution promoted via the Dojo’s social media activities • have a company banner displayed at an arts annual seminar – last year we had people attend from around the World and there is an opportunity to have branding on event posters going out in January 2016.
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Sponsorship of our Dojo will help us grow and allow us to take advantage of more opportunities to share our Art with the local community, and give people more access by providing equipment, and possibilities for seminars and workshops
Jason Hulott, Dojo Cho
These are Sword Arts using steel blunt or wooden swords. Most practice has no direct practical self defence application (as we don’t carry swords like the samurai used to) but is an excellent way to improve fitness, flexibility, mental acuity, encourage confidence and self discipline
Jason Hulott, Dojo Cho
Our Dojo teaches a number of historical Japanese Sword Arts. These arts are over 500 years old and have been passed down from the battlefields of ancient Japan to the modern Dojos around the World today
Jason Hulott, Dojo Cho