Wales came to a stand-still, the streets were empty and the atmosphere was
tense. The biggest ever Wales versus England game in the Rugby World Cup and wow it lived up to the hype!
Back and forth, end to end and absolutely brutal, nothing
was left in the changing room at all. The crucial try came from a moment of
magic from Cardiff Blues scrum half, Lloyd
Williams (who must have been inspired by his recent trip to our office!)
Operating on the wing and out of position an inspired kick put
Wales through to score the crucial try handing Wales the 28-25 victory. Que the
celebrations and euphoria around Wales (we’re
still not sure how England lost here).
We don’t want to take all the credit (we honestly don’t –
it’s a team game) but we would love to think that it was our personalised
towels that inspired the team. Lloyd Williams himself recently popped by to
collect personalised team towels for the squad prior to the Rugby World Cup and
has become a bit of an office favourite so we were obviously ecstatic when we
saw his amazing kick set up that all important try!
To read more on what happened when he popped by click
But if last Saturday is anything to go by the next few weeks
will be full of ups, downs and a whole load of drama but that’s Welsh rugby.
Best of luck to Lloyd & the rest of the team in the next few weeks,
everyone here at My Garment Factory Cardiff will be watching.
For more information
on how we can help you or your sports team with any of their personalised goods
get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 029 2074 1678 today.
Over the years, we have had some
strange orders here at My Garment Factory Cardiff that leaving us scratching
our heads baffled, confused and of course we have the funny stories to match.
Yesterday afternoon several participants of the Carbage Run paid My
Garment Factory a visit.
The Carbage Run is a competition
that sees over 550 cars and 1500 people drive from the Netherlands to Aberdeen
in a car that costs less than 500
To say we were surprised to say
them is an understatement. But the teams had several challenges to complete
each day, with one of the challenges being to get their hands on a branded cap
similar to Onslow off popular British TV show ‘Keeping up Appearance’s’ who of
course is a car enthusiast.
Of course being the place to go for personalised clothing in
Cardiff they were in safe hands, our team quickly whipped them up two hats
which you can see them wearing below.
The guys even let us draw a
little My Garment Factory plug on the car (who knows with this little bit of
branding the Dutch orders may come flocking in).
Definitely one of the crazier and
more random orders at My Garment Factory Cardiff recently, but we’re rooting for
them and wishing them the best of luck to the team in completing the Carbage
On 6th August My Garment Factory introduced their new advertising campaign on Real Radio. The ad highlights our strengths, which includes high-quality personalised printed and embroidered clothing in a hurry. If you’re running out of time and need clothes ASAP, then this is the place for you! If specified, we can do the order in record breaking time and deliver it to your door. Perfect!
My Garment Factory is a new local Cardiff-based company with the aim to be recognised and provide the very best professionally branded garments to a range of organisations. The same thing applies for our sportswear; if you need a specific kit for the weekend game then we can make it happen.
We supply a variety of garments; the choice is up to you. You pick the model, the colours and the text. We accept individual orders to big orders from small businesses, whatever you need. By buying packs of clothing you could qualify for our special offers. Keep an ear out for our advert being played on Real Radio. So stay tuned and keep a look out!
After a competition which lasted almost two months and saw all the schools within the CF postcode area involved, we finally have our winners! Congratulations to Thornhill Primary School for receiving the most votes. Thanks to the support of their teachers, pupils, families and friends, the school is going to receive £1000 worth of Sports kit and Sports equipment.
The runners-up were Sully Primary, which gained the second position, and St Patrickʼs R.C Primary School in third place. They both won £250 worth of custom sportswear. This is a great success and perfectly fitting for the Olympic year we are in, where sports kit and equipment are more popular than ever. Well done also at Llysfaen Primary School, Llwyncrwn Primary School, Allensbank Primary School, and Lewis Girls Comprehensive School, which got lots of votes and will potentially have the chance to win the next competition.
My Garment Factory is a new local Cardiff-based company who deliver professionally branded garments to a range of organisations, especially schools and sports teams. Our mission is catering for our customers’ needs, customising a wide range of high quality products. Our initiative has stimulated a genuine competitive spirit between schools, and we’ve been proud to assist the schools with sportswear and equipment, supporting the cause of health and education. Our pages on Facebook and Twitter are full with your comments: we’re grateful to see that so many people have engaged with the competition, showing support and community spirit. The competition was advertised on Capital FM and Gold, helping to accumulate many votes. We have a new advertising campaign with Real Radio for the coming year, so stay tuned. Thank you again to everyone who voted. Keep checking for more updates and possibly other amazing competitions and prizes!