The creative and highly talented Real Promotions crew, led by the dynamic, Robert Green, proved to be one of the attractions at the Little Pace Challenge held at Pearl Valley Golf Estate in Paarl this week. On Monday when the pro ladies arrived at Pearl Valley for their pre-event photo shoot and play a few holes, Robert and his team offered to carry the bags of three of the pros. Strange, but they went along and when they returned, they were all hot and a bit red in their faces. I approached him and asked why did he offer to carry the ladies bags and he replied; “ How would you get to know what these girls are going through unless you walk with them and listen to their stories and feel what they are feeling out there. They certainly cannot be worried about paying hotel bills, flights and meals when we expect them to become champions at the game we all love so dearly.
Before we met with Real Promotions, I did some research on these guys and was immediately drawn to their philosophy and attitude towards brand and their staff. Robert Green defines his company as follows: “ At the heart of Real Promotion’s philosophy is the value of human capital. We pride ourselves with our attitude towards developing future leaders. By focusing on training and developing young, up and coming entrepreneurs, we equip these individuals with a diverse set of skills, all within a vibrant, fun, learning environment. Real Promotions is proud to say that providing a working environment where people can excel within their role, enjoy themselves while they work and build a successful career is central to our core values.”
Real Promotions is a company that certainly walks the talk as we saw at the event when they put together an exciting putting competition for the PINKSTIG initiative before the shotgun start. The activity raised R28000 and Real Promotions pledged a further amount towards the Media and Marketing of the PinkStig Invitational which will take place on the 28thNovember 2016 at Lost City, Sun City.
Edited by Debra Barnes
Photos taken by Rizqua Barnes