Wildstone donate media time on the M8 Tower to charities
Glasgow - Tuesday, 4th October 2022

Wildstone are very pleased to have donated significant amounts of media time on the M8 Tower Glasgow to two of the charities we support – Cancer Research UK and Sea Change Project.

Standing at 40 metres, M8 Tower in Glasgow is the tallest advertising tower in Scotland, providing unparalleled visibility along the M8 corridor with no other competing roadside media.

Throughout September and October, our chosen charities will be benefitting from over 2 million impacts a fortnight delivered by two digital screens in a premium location. We are delighted to help Cancer Research UK and Sea Change Project amplify their important messages.

Cancer Research UK marketing manager, Janice Burtt, said:

"Thanks to Wildstone’s generosity, our campaigns which raise funds for life-saving research have been seen by millions of people.

We were delighted to receive free advertising time on the digital screen of the M8 Tower for vital projects including Race for Life Pretty Muddy, our 5k mud-splattered obstacle course fundraiser in Motherwell this autumn.

One in two people will get cancer in their lifetime but all of us can support the research that will beat it. We look forward to working with the Wildstone team again in the future.”

Sophie Foulkes, Producer at Sea Change Project, commented:

“Our mission at Sea Change Project is to inspire people to re-imagine their own relationships with nature, building a heart connection that will motivate action that allows the living planet to thrive and regenerate itself.

We were really grateful to be offered this opportunity by Wildstone to share our message with millions of people who drive through the M8 motorway every month.

By putting our “Remember you are Wild” slogan on the M8 Tower big screens we hope to share a vision for a different relationship with the living planet, and hopefully inspire people to connect with nature in their own way that day.”

To find out more about the work of Cancer Research UK and Sea Change Project and to support their initiatives, please visit https://www.cancerresearchuk.org and https://seachangeproject.com