DBD Group Services is honoured to continue its support by providing security at this year’s event for the second consecutive year. Our enthusiasm for collaborating with It’s in the Bag, a charity that brings a positive and refreshing perspective to disease awareness, is boundless. Through this partnership, our joint goal is to broaden awareness, reaching an even more extensive and diverse audience. The potential of this alliance to amplify the message is truly promising.
We are lucky to have the support of local film makers Clear As Day Productions. We have worked with Dan and Liam for many years as they produced our animated Check Your Balls videos and Lottery Funded It’s in the Experience. The team have been integral to our YouTube presence and it is much appreciated.
“We are really pleased to work alongside It’s in the Bag helping to create entertaining content that raises awareness of testicular cancer. We hope that our combined work inspires men to check themselves more regularly, in turn saving lives.”
We are especially excited with our new video Who Checks Wins, take a look!
Sheppy’s Cider are supporting The Test Fest
Marketing and Events Manager Matt Hill says:
We are extremely proud to be working with It’s in the Bag, a charity that highlights awareness for this disease, doing so with a refreshing and positive approach. We hope that our collaboration will highlight the awareness to an even wider demographic in the South West and beyond.
Dan Speich from the Graphic Mill was diagnosed with testicular cancer and approached us to see if there was any way in which he could help. As we always try to keep our costs down, we are particularly grateful for Dan’s support and his briliant design skills!
Dan says: “The Graphic Mill supports It’s in the Bag as they wanted to support a local charity in a way that they felt could make a real difference. As a small local business the team wanted to support a charity with a similar ethos and a light hearted approach. It’s in the bag seemed the obvious choice as a member of the team had been diagnosed with TC in 2014 and received support from the charity throughout his treatment and recovery. The Graphic Mill provides It’s in the Bag with banners and portable displays for fundraising and awareness events as well as providing support with graphic production and design.”
Sue Brand and Pete Styles met with Will Long from Out of Hand in February 2012 and since then the relationship has become a fruitful one. Not only do Out of Hand give us huge discount, they print our awareness cards almost for FREE and distribute our materials to universities that they supply in the South West. They also help us to keep our design and branding fresh and strong.
Recently, Out of Hand helped us to design our generic medical information leaflets for patients throughout the South West of England. Again, helping to keep our images strong and appealing for our age group, the leaflets are clear and informative. We have had feedback from men Plymouth and Exeter that the packs are so helpful.
Pete has supported It’s in the Bag from the very start, from being part of the Magnificent 7 to being the Chair of the Steering Group that paved the way to us becoming an independent charity. Pete now donates his time as our devices guru.
Having experienced testicular cancer first hand, I can remember quite vividly the feelings of isolation, depression and being plain scared out of my wits. What I really wanted was to be able to talk to, and share experiences with, others who had actually been through the same journey. Today, Its in the Bag provides this, and also a range of brilliant support services, and I am honoured to keep supporting such a worthwhile and valued charity.
Thank you Pete from all at IITB
Paul Beet, Managing Director for Astra Security said :-
“Supporting local charities is an important part of our ethos at Astra Security.
We all know someone who has been impacted by cancer, whether that be friends, family or work colleagues, and how it can turn your life upside down. This charity does amazing work across the South West. What’s unique about them is that they always manage to get a serious message across in a fun way, and that’s very special.
We’re delighted to have supported the charity since it was first launched, and we wish them ongoing success for their future initiatives.”
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It’s in the Bag have two store rooms, one for all our equipment and one for our merchandise. These store rooms are at Big Yellow Self-Storage Company in Bristol Ashton Gate. Lee and his team give us huge discounts and sometimes weeks entirely FREE!
Big Yellow is the UK’s favourite self-storage company and provide a range of secure storage rooms for homes and businesses which can be accessed seven days a week. Big Yellow have provided us with free storage space, allowing us a safe working environment to collect, store and sort through all our merchandise, awareness materials and event equipment.
Thank you Big Yellow.