Our work with Harrogate Spring Water…
Our work with Harrogate Spring Water…another partnership going from strength to strength.
We have been working with Harrogate Spring Water for just over a year, the partnership started with the production of their 2015 ECB video (featuring Darren Gough) and has continued with a number of projects for both internal and external purposes. Our latest video is their 2016 ECB video starring Liam Plunkett and Harry (Harrogate Spring Water’s mascot)..and of course Goughy makes an appearance as well!!
In the video we travel with a bottle of water from source to it being delivered to Liam Plunkett at the Yorkshire County Cricket ground. We start the video with an opening scenic shot, complete with computer generated lightening bolt!! From inside the bottle we see water filling up in a Harrogate Spring Water bottle and traveling along the production line. We achieved this by placing a GoPro session into one of the bottles and to achieve the bottle point of view shots we made a contraption which enabled us to attach the camera to a bottle with a clamp but also allowed the camera to move freely on the production line without falling over. Darren Gough makes his cameo appearance as he packs up the van and heads to Headingley ready to hand over to Harry (Harrogate Spring Waters mascot) who then makes the final part of the journey with the bottle and passes over to Liam on the field at Headingley. The video will be played at test match games throughout 2016 as well as at Yorkshires games. A teaser of the film was shown at the opening test match against Sri Lanka, the day Harry stepped onto the famous Headingley ground as England mascot.
Not only do Harrogate Spring sponsor England Cricket and Yorkshire CCC they are also the official water for the Hurlingham Tennis Classic, the International Hockey Champions Trophy, Royal Ascot, Le Mans and the World Series Triathlon.
As Harrogate Spring Water continues to build its presence within it’s market we hope to be there every step of the way with them.