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Whitehawk FC and Rhythmworks announce pioneering partnership

Whitehawk Football Club and Japanese Taiko Drumming team- building specialists Rhythmworks announce a innovative partnership that offers companies a complete two day team -building drumming experience, culminating with a live performance in front of Hawks fans before a home league game,

The programme includes full coaching by trained Taiko Drumming specialists over a two day period, and a live performance in front of up to 500 people before the game and at half-time.

Rhythmworks

Rhythmworks harness the power of Japanese Taiko drumming to unite teams in business. They’ve worked to improve team culture within countless organisations over 20 years delivering effective, inclusive and fun team-building experiences through Taiko.

Rhythmworks

Whitehawk Football Club are Brighton’s second biggest Football Club, in the eighth tier of English football, actively promoting 100% inclusivity, driving an anti racism/homophobia/sexism and violence stance within its community and throughout the City.

The package includes full training, match sponsorship of the league game, with branding at the club’s TerraPura Ground and on social media, as well as full hospitality and photo opportunities.

Managing Director of Rhythmworks, Mark Alcock said,

“Our team building programmes are both entirely dependent on teamwork and accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender, physical ability or musical aptitude. It is truly a shared experience, new to all, and I’m thrilled to be teaming up with Whitehawk FC! Our combined Taiko team-building programme gives companies a great opportunity to work towards shared goal of both helping AND performing for the local community.”

Head of Commercial at Whitehawk FC Kevin Miller said,

“This is a brilliant programme for companies who want to offer their staff something a little different. The combination of specific co-ordination through specialist drumming and the opportunity to perform their new found skills in front of an audience, creates a tangible challenge for everyone involved. The programme also gives the club the chance to welcome new companies to our community, celebrating grassroots football and making a real difference to enhance our local community projects.”

Packages are available for teams between 12-30 people, and do not include transport or accommodation. For further information, contact Kevin Miller 07833 736234 or email: kevin.miller@whitehawkfc.com

 

About Rhythmworks:

The Japanese tradition of Taiko drumming is a powerful blend of rhythm, dynamic movement and human spirit. Rhythmworks have taken Taiko a stage further to create highly effective team building events, culminating in your team achieving a stunning Taiko performance. Success requires commitment, mutual awareness, support, trust and enthusiasm: the same principles that unite successful teams in business.

Team building programmes are both entirely dependent on teamwork and accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender, physical ability or musical aptitude. It is truly a shared experience, new to all.

Leading organisations have experienced significant team building benefits from Rhythmworks events:

  • A new-found camaraderie and empathy between team members
  • More effective teamwork
  • Personal breakthroughs in self-confidence
  • An appreciation for the importance of total commitment to any task
  • Team leadership with clarity, vision and understanding
  • Team building programmes are both entirely dependent on teamwork and accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender, physical ability or musical aptitude. It is truly a shared experience, new to all.

 

About Whitehawk Football Club:

  • Whitehawk FC are Brighton’s premier non-league football club, currently playing in the Bet Victor Isthmian League South East , the fourth-tier of non-league football and the eighth tier of semi-professional football in England.
  • The Hawks have had two periods of unprecedented success as they have risen up the non-league football pyramid from a team playing parks football to be within one game of an FA Cup third round tie at Everton in 2015.
  • The Whitehawk FC, ‘Ultras’ are a collective of dedicated Hawks fans, who actively promote the clubs stance on anti-homophobia, anti-sexism, anti-racism and non-violence. The Ultras regularly organise foodbank collections, and work to promote a number of Brighton good causes over the course of the year.
  • The Club have been shortlisted in the ‘Club of the Year’ category, at the 2019 Sussex Sports Awards, held at Brighton’s Hilton Metropole on November 22. It’s a public vote, with winners announced on the night. To vote visit www.ssa19.club

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