Coppershot pitches in

Published: Monday | October 17, 2011 Comments 0
Members of Coppershot Sound.
Members of Coppershot Sound.

1 Why did you decide to sponsor Flairtatious?

It's definitely for a good cause and we wanted to let people know that there is a softer side to sound systems, and that if you make a little effort it can go a long way.

2 How are you hoping to benefit from the sponsorship?

We are not really looking to benefit from this. We just want to help to raise awareness and funds for the Mary's Child home. It's important, especially in these times, to lend a helping hand and to let the girls know that they are not alone and that there are people out there who are still good and willing to help.

3What is your company's policy regarding corporate citizenship?

We don't have a policy, but we have lots of people who approach us for help, whether it be people off the street or charities or corporations looking to help out. So we deal with each one on a case-by-case basis and analyse which ones will have the most value from us being on-board. But I guess you can say we try to help our community as much as we can.

4With Christmas fast approaching, do you have any special sales or marketing initiatives to share with Flair readers?

Well it's going to be a busy Christmas for us as we'll be at all the major parties like Osmosis. Anywhere where beautiful people come out in the hottest fashion to have a great time we'll be the ones making them dance.



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