Skem shoe company to have a ‘walk-on’ part at Royal Wedding!
ROYAL Borough Ambassadors in Windsor will be ushering Royal Wedding crowds in comfort and style on Saturday - thanks to Hotter’s limited edition shoes.
Skelmersdale-based Hotter - the UK’s biggest shoemaker - has donated eye-catching Royal Wedding shoes to the team of volunteers who will be on their feet from 4am to 7pm making sure the big day runs smoothly.
Hotter chief executive officer, Sara Prowse, said: “We took the shoes that starred in our TV advert and gave them a patriotic red, white and blue twist which will look fabulous with the ambassadors’ uniforms on such a celebratory day,
“These shoes are selling like hot cakes in the UK and the US - we’ve already sold out our initial production and we’ll be making more in our Lancashire factory this week.
“Shoes are one of the few items of clothing that can ruin your day, but ours are the perfect marriage of style and fit so we know they’ll help the hard-working ambassadors keep a smile on their face every minute of this very special day.”
The Royal Borough Ambassadors are a legacy of the volunteer programme which was set up for the London 2012 Olympic Games. At that time they were the Eton Dorney Ambassadors and ever since have been known as the Royal Borough Ambassadors.