Brake announces sponsorship opportunities for Fleet Safety Awards 2016

Brake, the road safety charity, has new sponsorship opportunities available for its annual Fleet Safety Awards 2016. The prestigious awards programme recognises the achievements of fleet operators and suppliers working to reduce the number of road crashes involving at-work drivers.

Entries are already open and the winning organisations and individuals will be announced during the charity's biggest ceremony to date at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, on Thursday 29 September 2016. Last year's winners represented a diverse range of organisations, including O'Donovan Waste Disposal, Gateshead Council, Skanska, and Transport for London.

Brake has several sponsorship opportunities available to suit all company sizes and budgets - from joint headline sponsor to individual awards. Sponsors not only benefit from positioning their company at the heart of the fleet safety industry, but also know they are supporting the charity's work to prevent road deaths and support bereaved and seriously injured road crash victims. Sponsorship also provides an excellent hospitality package to entertain both existing and new clients.

Ellie Pearson, professional engagement manager at Brake, says: "The success of the awards has grown year on year since they first began more than a decade ago. The awards ceremony provides a great opportunity for companies to celebrate the best in fleet safety and network with other professionals. The Brake Fleet Safety Awards is a well-established industry event and our biggest charity fundraiser of the year; by supporting the awards through sponsorship you would be supporting Brake's ongoing charitable work preventing road crashes and supporting road crash victims. I would encourage any company to get involved and benefit from some of the best sponsorship opportunities in the industry."

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