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Warner Goodman LLP go Wild!

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As Summer approaches we’re all considering how we can spend our days outside enjoying the sun.  Warner Goodman LLP are delighted to be involved in one craze that will sweep our city over the coming months and even next year; Marwell’s Zany Zebras!

The law firm, with offices in Portsmouth and Fareham as well as Southampton, will support Marwell Zoo’s latest project by sponsoring a Grevy zebra sculpture.  The sculptures will be sponsored by a variety of businesses in the area and, once decorated by talented local artists, will form a trail around Southampton during the summer of 2016.

Karen Clarkson, Marketing Manager, commented “We are thrilled to be a part of the Marwell Zany Zebras project for 2015-16.  To be involved in such a worthwhile and unique project that not only works towards the conservation of these wonderful animals but also brings people into the City is the perfect package for us.”

Kirstie Mathieson, Project Manager for Marwell’s Zany Zebras said: “Marwell’s Zany Zebras promises to bring hundreds of thousands into Southampton City Centre and surrounding region. This unique opportunity will raise the profile of businesses and schools involved to the many visitors and residents walking the trail. We are thrilled that Warner Goodman LLP have recognised this exciting chance and joined the stampede!”

Karen concludes, “It’s been an excellent few years for us at Warner Goodman LLP, and we’re delighted that we’re able to invest into a local activity that brings the community together and offers such a wonderful opportunity for families and members of the public to enjoy the town we live and work in.”

To find out more about the Zany Zebras you can visit their website or for more information on Warner Goodman you can call 02380 639311 or go to our home page.

ENDS

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