Local authorities are targeted with this new brochure selling the concept of five-a-side football to local communities. Pitz is Anchor International’s brand which provides sports and leisure facilities nationwide. The Paisley-based company asked Tayburn McIlroy Coates to come up with a new identity for Pitz embodying the characteristics of sport. The consultancy then designed the brochure and interiors concepts for changing rooms and other facilities at Pitz’s eight existing sites. The designs will be rolled out to the new sites.
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