The Olympic gag just isn’t funny anymore…
By Anthony Clark
Posted 31 July 2012
The ban on companies promoting their involvement in the Olympics is well know and pretty much universally derided. It seems especially cruel given that a tiny minority of companies can shout “I did that!” while others, whose contributions have been just as important, must remain silent.
Mrs Trellis – gripped by excitement...
At a time when the government is promoting high-tech manufacturing as a viable career for the nation’s youth it seems inconceivable that the self-same people have allowed a few sponsors to dictate to British industry that they must keep quite about their Olympic achievements.
So here’s a suggestions – you might not be able to tell us about your involvement in London 2012 but there’s nothing stopping someone else getting in touch with PRW and telling us about your achievements.
So go on… nudge a friend into helping you. I can’t see what the Olympic organisers can do about that.
And finally, a Mrs Trellis from North Wales writes…
I’m especially excited about your upcoming feature on hot runners… it’s good to see that the plastics industry has been gripped by Olympic fervour like the rest of us.
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