THE FLAME AWARDS

The glitzy and prestigious Flame Awards at the Telford International Conference Centre honours exceptionally high standards in the physical activity sector. Health clubs, leisure centres and charity events, as well as workplace wellbeing projects vie for the winners’ podium. The décor needed to be gold standard. Finishing post ribbons, medals, action and celebration were the themes we worked to create a stadium atmosphere which spelled success for the gala evening, sponsored by Matrix Fitness.

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THE BRIEF:

The glitzy and prestigious Flame Awards at the Telford International Conference Centre honours exceptionally high standards in the physical activity sector. Health clubs, leisure centres and charity events, as well as workplace wellbeing projects vie for the winners’ podium. The décor needed to be gold standard.

THE BUILD:

Finishing post ribbons, medals, action and celebration were the themes we worked to create a stadium atmosphere which spelled success for the gala evening, sponsored by Matrix Fitness.

The awards event incorporated the Flame Conference, where champion jockey AP McCoy was the keynote speaker in front of 850 industry guests. The client’s and delegates’ decision on our décor was “champion”.

GALLERY

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