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Daily Archives: January 23, 2017

Young Stags take the field in style

Rossendale Stags 1

Sprint Group is proud of its ongoing support for young people and we’ve recently added a new activity to our corporate social responsibility portfolio.

Alongside Worcestershire-based motocross rider Casey Buckley, we are now supporting Rossendale Valley Stags FC Under Eights.

Sprint supplied shirts, shorts and socks for the team, which is enjoying its first season in the East Lancashire Football Alliance Junior Football League.

Among the Stags line-up is Ozzy McGowan, the son of Sprint catering engineer Adrian McGowan, who covers the North West region.

We would like to wish the team success for the remainder of the season and beyond.

Good luck to Sheep and Albert’s Schloss

Sheep ovens

Everyone at Sprint Group HQ is keeping their fingers crossed for clients Sheep on Sheep Street and Albert’s Schloss, who have been nominated for prestigious industry awards.

Located in the Cotswolds town of Stow-on-the-Wold, Sheep on Sheep Street (pictured above) is a finalist in the Best New Pub award category in The Publican Awards 2017, run by The Morning Advertiser. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London in March.

General manager at Sheep on Sheep Street, Anna Asimakoploulou, said “We are thrilled to be shortlisted for two Publican Awards. The Sheep is really different to most other pubs in the area; our design is contemporary and quirky and our food, including our wood-fired pizzas, more suited to the casual dining which customers are looking for.”

Also in the running for a top award is hip Manchester venue Albert’s Schloss, shortlisted in the Best Bar category in the Manchester Evening News CityLife Awards.

Sprint installed the kitchen equipment and bar fridges at the palatial Bohemian pleasure palace in Peter Street.

The kitchen has its own in-house bakery creating pretzels, cinnamon buns, sourdough loaves and waffles. Capable of handling more than 1,000 covers a day, the kitchen also boasts specialist cooking kit such as a 215-litre stock pot to create the basis for reduction sauces for many of the Germanic dishes being served.

Voting for the CityLife Awards closes on January 26 and the awards will be presented on January 30.