Graham’s The Family Dairy today announce their official health sponsorship for the second year running.
Graham’s The Family Dairy today announce their official health sponsorship for the second year running. The dairy reprises its role in the wake of a successful year-long partnership – the first of its kind for Scottish Ballet – working in unison with the Company to promote the benefits of dairy for a healthy, active lifestyle.
Scottish Ballet Principal Dancer Constance Devernay and Prima-in-the-making Alba took a break from rehearsals to visit the Graham’s farm in Stirling where they joined Chairman Dr. Robert Graham for a tour of the farm to learn where their fresh, protein-rich food comes from.
“We could not be more delighted to announce a second year of health sponsorship with Scottish Ballet. As an active family, with our herd’s welfare at the forefront of everything we do, we understand that good nutrition reaps great results. With 2017 already off to such a jumping start for the Company, complementing the dancers’ training regime with a healthy, protein and calcium rich diet is the perfect way to support them in their biggest, brightest year yet.”Carol Graham, Marketing Director at Graham’s The Family Dairy
Milk that goes into all of Graham’s The Family Dairy’s produce is packed with calcium, vitamins and protein, which are important to everyone, ensuring healthy teeth, bone strength and brain function. But its natural blend of water, sugar and electrolytes is an excellent combination to help aid recovery after exercise and reset the body for its next burst of activity, making it the perfect post-exercise
drink for dancers particularly.
To help keep their bodies in peak condition from studio to stage throughout the year, dancers will be gifted products from across Graham’s award-winning range, including milk, yogurt, cheese, quark and cream. They will also enjoy Graham’s newest product, Protein 22, which helps to maintain and grow muscle mass.
“The Health and Wellbeing of our dancers is critical to the success of Scottish Ballet on and off the stage. Following a very successful partnership in 2016, we are delighted to be partnering with Graham’s the Family Dairy in 2017 – in what will be a another physically demanding year for our dancers with extensive touring at home and abroad. We’ll be working together to help our dancers remain at peak physical fitness and help them sustain this with the right nutritional foods. Here’s to a healthy and successful 2017!”Christopher Hampson, Chief Executive / Artistic Director of Scottish Ballet