We work for 3 of the 5 Coolest UK Brands

How cool is this. Voted coolest brand, long term client Aston Martin – first (again) just ‘pipping Apple’ no pun intended. Harley-Davidson romped in at third position – again a client. fourth on the list Rolex, fifth on the list and new to our client list Bang & Olufsen. Needless to say we are very proud. Link to BBC news site.

Stephen Cheliotis, chairman of the Cool Brands Expert Council, said: “Cool is Continue reading

A grand day out with the Red Arrows

Red arrowIt’s rare that we escape from the office for a day these days but a few of us made an exception when we were invited by one of our long-term suppliers and friend to visit the home of the Red Arrows (who happen to be one of ‘his’ clients). Our day with the Red Arrows included our own private display, lunch and debriefing with the pilots, a real treat ‘and’ a massive eye opener, what a fantastically dedicated and talented team! Continue reading

Goodwood Revival 2011

Working very closely with our friends at the Aston Martin Heritage Centre we have just completed the ‘Goodwood Revival 2011 project’. The objective: to raise awareness and make contact with potential new and existing customers. The event is always a massive sell out – and is regarded by many as THE Mecca for historic car owners and enthusiasts. Our involvement included: retro literature, special limited edition enamel badges, inquiry Continue reading

cafe artte

Here at freestone we have always had what might be regarded, as a slightly unhealthy appetite for our caffeine. Some of our visitors seemed to have picked up the addiction (easily done). We all appreciate a good cup of coffee in the morning this much is true. Account Director David Coleman (barista maestro) has of late raised the bar somewhat with his latte art, almost a shame to drink it really, almost. So next time you’re in be sure to ask for a ‘Coleman’ special.

The Tour of Britain

We have been working closely with Skoda and the organisers of the Tour of Britain cycle race due to commence on the 11th September, creating and fitting graphic liveries to 80 vehicles to be used on the Tour as official vehicles. Not widely known but every year some of the world’s top cyclists compete on British roads for the right to wear the special and coveted yellow jersey. Over the past five years, Olympic, World and Continue reading