Another T20 campaign is underway and the Derbyshire Falcons play host to Leicestershire Foxes tonight at the 3AAA County ground. As always Marketing Derby are having their annual Bond Holder event which is a great opportunity for all Derby based companies to come together for a relaxed evening of entertaining cricket and hopefully plenty of sunshine.
We thought this was the perfect opportunity to look back at the successful projects we’ve worked on with Derbyshire County Cricket Club. Two projects that we are really proud of are the design of the T20 Derbyshire Falcons Logo and the successful award winning T20 campaign. You can check everything out below!
If you live in Derbyshire, we’re pretty sure you would have seen the old Derbyshire Falcons logo before! They’ve since changed their name and branding to suit Derbyshire County Cricket Club, a pity, but we’re proud to have been able to create the iconic Derbyshire Falcon Logo. If you’re going to be at the T20 match tonight you may even spot the old logo, we’re sure it’s still there somewhere!
Derbyshire County Cricket Club and Silver Birch Creative were able to celebrate a Business of Cricket Awards win, after emerging victorious from all 18 counties! We joined the entire Derbyshire commercial team to brainstorm for the 2011 campaign, and we were all
delighted with the POW branding that came out of those sessions. We we’re really proud to represent Derbyshire and bring home this award.
Following the award winning 2011 DCCC Friends Life T20 campaign, the next years’ BOOM campaign artwork was then rolled out around the city. With 48 sheet billboard displays, taxi advertisements and boards located in prime position on Markeaton and Pentagon islands, the successful BOOM campaign was visible throughout Derby.
We’ve had the pleasure of working on some great projects with Derby County Cricket Club over the years, and we think today was the right moment to take a look-back!
The Silver Birch Creative team are all ready for the night ahead, we can’t wait to meet everyone, watch some cricket, and enjoy great food and drinks. We predict bacon cobs and coffee are going to be first thing on the agenda tomorrow morning.