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Sun, Snow and Apres Ski

Sun, Snow and Apres Ski

Posted by Anthony Wallis on

Sauce & Browns workforce was down by 33% last week, not that you would of noticed we hope. I (Anthony) partook in a boys holiday on the Pirin mountains of Bansko in Bulgaria. The dream of snowboarding on a real mountain on real snow has been a long time coming ever since that first lesson on the outskirts of Tamworth on fake snow. Once the trip was paid for I realised I had non of the essential gear needed to stay warm in sub zero conditions. In true S&B fashion once you start talking to our customers, they become friends...

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Making it in Great Britain

Making it in Great Britain

Posted by Andrew Frogson on

We want it cheap, we stack it high, and no one wins. Cheap products, cheap labour and at the end, its a greater spend. Think about that. The days of Textile Mills working all day and night in North Nottinghamshire are long gone. Archived away in Black & White, while we bemoan this once great Industry. "Factory Friday break up for Christmas was a great day. It was like the whole town was out on the lash come 12 O'clock on that Friday. Good times, Really good times, Hard but fair." It will never come back,but there is and always will be a hardcore...

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Support Local

Support Local

Posted by Anthony Wallis on

Here at Sauce & Brown we like to make business decisions with the thought: "Can we do this locally?". Of course with some things this is just impossible, but if you look hard enough you can normally satisfy your needs locally, then it's the small matter of cost. Our knitwear is manufactured within 10 miles of HQ, our socks are produced even closer still, something which we are hugely proud of. With both of these local businesses we deal directly with the 'big cheese' and this helps our growth tremendously, as you are treated as a person and not just a business. So...

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The latest challenge

The latest challenge

Posted by Anthony Wallis on

Fast forward to 22nd April 2018 in London. Not quite the futuristic picture that Blade Runner 2049 paints but nonetheless there I will be stood patiently waiting in short shorts, a shiny charity vest with my name printed across the front and with earphones firmly in. This is the start line for personally my biggest challenge to date. The infamous London Marathon, where I will attempt to take on the 26.2 mile course equivalent to over 500 football pitch lengths. Why, I hear some of you ask. Well I suppose mainly to challenge my ability on the day to complete it...

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