Places for People get ready for action as Platinum Champions for Games

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Places for People, one of the largest property management, development and regeneration companies in the UK, are proud to announce their new status as Platinum Sponsors for the UK Corporate Games Preston 2012.

With locations all over the UK, the company manages over 60,000 homes and is proud of its long track record of successful development, from large-scale regeneration projects to the creation of whole new communities.

The team at Places for People are excited about the upcoming Games and will be kicking up a gear to get ready for the sporting competition.

Liz Sharrocks, Employee Engagement Advisor explained:

“We have very enthusiastic staff who enjoy getting involved with active events like this. I can already see teams coming together for sports like the Football, Netball and definitely the Dragonboat racing – it’s such a great event for Preston and we are planning to bring our staff together from all over the UK to participate.”

David Cowans, Group Chief Executive added:

“The Corporate Games provides a fantastic opportunity for staff across the Group to get together and have some fun. At the same time, sponsorship gives us a platform to promote Places for People and the work we do to provide aspirational homes and inspirational places.”

The Games, which are taking place in July next year, will bring organisations together from all over the UK and from Places for Peoplemultiple business sectors.

The Games office is very pleased to welcome its newest addition to the Worldwide Corporate Games Community. Ben Sedgemore, Games Director added:

“We are delighted to have the support of Places for People as a Platinum Champion of the Games for Preston 2012. There is no better way for an organisation to experience the fun and competitive spirit of the Games and we are committed to delivering the best Games ever seen in Olympic year.”

Staff at Places for People Headquarters in Preston swap their Blackberries
for balls as they get ready for the 2012 Corporate Games