EasiYo are sponsoring the Polkadots tour of New Zealand to allow families throughout the country to go to a free concert during the school holidays. Visit the...
Polkadots website or the
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EasiYo Special Offers at every event!
With the awareness created around National Lunchbox Day, EasiYo have committed to providing 300 EasiYo Yogurt Makers and a pallet load of
yogurt sachets to KidsCan partner schools.
KidsCan's GM of Marketing & Fundraising, Jan Clark said...
"We are delighted to welcome EasiYo to the KidsCan family of in-kind sponsors. Yogurt is a great nutritional compliment to our existing food programme. In many cases our children do not have a lot of calcium and protein in their diets, and EasiYo yogurt will help to fulfill this need."
The foundation of EasiYo was based on a desire to provide children with quality yogurt products at a price that was affordable. This continues to be at the core of our business. With the recent media attention about National Lunchbox Day, the family at EasiYo has seized on the opportunity to introduce hungry kids to food that tastes great and is good for them.
Read about KidsCan's battle against Child Poverty in New Zealand
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EasiYo sponsors Grant Philip - New Zealand Para Shooter
EasiYo Products Ltd are proud to be associated in the sponsorship of Grant Philip.
You can follow Grant's progress on his website hereGrant's updates
EasiYo is the new 'naming rights' sponsor of Canterbury Tactix - Feb 11th 2012The Canterbury Tactix have secured a new sponsor for their ANZ Championship campaign, today unveiling national yoghurt brand EasiYo in a new naming rights deal.
EasiYo, a subsidiary of Westland Milk Products, is furthering its supporting sponsorship role of last season.
Pete Smith, chief executive of Canterbury Netball, said he was delighted at the sponsorship. "It's fantastic to be associated with such an iconic New Zealand brand and with people genuinely committed to supporting this region. The EasiYo brand and product aligns extremely well with our focus on health and well-being through sport.""Despite a challenging sponsorship environment in Christchurch, we have had huge support from many companies, who are willing to help despite the obvious constraints that their own businesses are under." "We know that Canterbury Netball has widespread appeal among women, from the very young through to those who have retired. The netball family in this region is huge, progressive and diverse. A big part of our focus this year is to reconnect with our stakeholders through our centres."
Smith said the new EasiYo Tactix uniform reflected this wider approach, featuring the 13 colours of the centres, which make up Canterbury Netball.
Paul O'Brien, from EasiYo said working with netball was an ideal fit for the well-known yoghurt brand. "EasiYo is a delicious, healthy product popular with families in New Zealand and around the world. As a brand, we like to be involved with energetic and enthusiastic organisations that share our values and encourage people to reach their potential."
This season's new-look EasiYo Tactix comprise a mix of youth and experience, including UK imports Joanne Harten and Stacey Francis. The pair comes with fine pedigree - Harten, at goal shoot/goal attack, has 35 caps for England and defender Francis 20.
Coach Leigh Gibbs said the team was working hard on its pre-season training for the 2012 ANZ Championship. "I'm really pleased with the group. There's great commitment, intensity and excitement. One of our measures is keeping that excitement going. The ANZ Championship is the toughest netball competition in the world so maintaining the excitement in the team throughout will be important." "We need to make sure we are a 'never say die' team."
Gibbs said she was thrilled with the way Harten and Francis had adapted to life in Christchurch and working with the EasiYo Tactix. "They bring a wonderful open-mindedness and a desire to develop and grow."
The team faces its first challenge when it meets the West Coast Fever in Perth on April 2, in the opening round of the 2012 ANZ Championship followed by an at home game against the NSW Swifts on April 9.
The team is: Maree Bowden, Anna Thompson, Harten, Francis, Kiley Hikawai, Bessie Manu, Ellen Halpenny, Keshia Grant, Sophia Fenwick, Anna Galvin, Finau Pulu, Joanna Trip. Assistant coach Julie Seymour, manager Denise Leggat.
EasiYo sponsors The Big School Feed
Effect of Breakfast on school kids ...Common knowledge suggests that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But is it really? For some children in West Auckland schools this will be the focus of a NZ-first study aimed at better understanding relationships between food intake patterns and learning behaviors.
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