Peak District -based country stores, Brocklehurst’s of Bakewell, was the lucky winner of the Grub’s ‘Ben Hobday’ competition and received a signed illustration of Ben Hobday riding Grub’s Ramillo by artist Emily Cole.
The competition was open to all retailers and stockists visiting BETA International 2015 and saw lots of entries.
Picked at random, Brocklehurst’s of Bakewell is already a staunch supporter of the Grub’s brand, stocking an extensive range from the performance footwear brand.
Said Jan Foster of Grub’s: “We decided to launch the competition at BETA as a reward to all our retailers and stockist who help make the Grub’s brand the success that it is. The prize, a signed illustration by Emily Cole, was commissioned to feature both the Grub’s sponsored rider and horse. We are delighted that it will now have pride of place at Brocklehurst’s of Bakewell.”
Said Martin Brocklehurst of Brocklehurst’s of Bakewell : “I was delighted to win this signed caricature picture of Ben Hobday, after leaving my details to enter the ‘Grubs’ competition at BETA. Having placed my Autumn forward order for their great Neoprene wellies, and winning a prize themselves for the new Rainline range, I quite fancied the picture, but ‘oh no’ my ten year old daughter Lilli has already claimed it!”
Jan Foster of Grub’s presented Martin Brocklehurst of Brocklehurst’s of Bakewell
with the signed illustration by Emily Cole at the store.
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