We're proud to work with our regional sponsors, whose support helps us deliver all of our activities and events for our members in Scotland.
We are delighted to have Equikro support the BD Scotland Awards Ball for a second year.
The Equikro store has been supplying riders with the best quality products since they opened in 2005. The team aims to offer a real personal service to their customers. All the team have a background in horses and specialise in a range of disciplines, they are able to offer knowledgable advice to customers and stock a wide range of products from everyday essentials to high end competition apparel.
Become a Sponsor
Reach a brand new audience and become a sponsor within the British Dressage South & West Region! Our sponsorship packages will allow you access to our membership through a number of different marketing platforms and ideas.
Key Benefits of Sponsorship:
Website presence – we offer an opportunity for brand placement and a hyperlink to your own website on our regional pages.
Sponsor logo - become a “sponsor of” and gain access to our regional logo for use on any relevant marketing materials you produce.
Emails - we produce regular e-newsletters for members, within which you can advertise and run editorial content where relevant – tell the story of your partnership with us.
Social media - we have an active social media audience, as part of a sponsorship package we can create a competition or campaign with you that brings your sponsorship to life!
Events - we operate an average of 500 events per annum with around 3,100 riders and horses taking part! We offer an opportunity to get involved through trade stands, prize giving, branded rosettes, commentary announcements and arena branding.
Photography - you would have access to photography from events and sponsored activities.
We have a number of specific sponsorship packages available to suit your individual business needs, such as teams sponsorship, BD Youth, Para etc.
Find out more
If you are interested and would like to discuss further then please contact Scotland Development Officer Kerry Sutherland.