The Hairy Highland Coo Trail Launch
Date published: 20 September 2023
The Hairy Highland Coo Trail was officially launched on 20 September at Perth Concert Hall and all who attended had an “udderly” brilliant night!
Lots of local businesses were invited along to hear about the benefits the trail will bring to Perth and Kinross-shire and to the children and families that CHAS supports.
One full size CHAS alphabet sculpture, painted by Lenzie artist Laura Henderson, was unveiled on the night along with two mini ‘coos’ painted by children and families at Rachel House and Robin House.
Perth and Kinross Council Leader, Grant Laing spoke about the opportunities the project will bring to the local area while Wild in Art co-founder Charlie Langhorne talked about the success of previous trails and urged local businesses to support the project by sponsoring a ‘coo’. Rami also shared with guests important information about the work of CHAS.
Local newspaper, The Courier attended the event and published a great article about the launch on their website.
Sponsor a Coo
Find out more about how you can get involved as a coo sponsor.
The business benefits of sponsoring a Hairy Highland Coo sculpture.
• Gain media exposure for your business
• Be part of an event which brings thousands of visitors to your local community
• Improve brand awareness for your business or organisation in a unique and memorable way that will get everyone talking
• Build a feel-good factor among your employees, customers and stakeholders
• Align your business with a well-respected local charity which provides vital services for people in your local community
• Be part of something amazing
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