Competition Time With Raging Bull

Raging Bull Competition

House of Fraser have very kindly provided us with a couple of items from the Raging Bull menswear collection for us to give-away. Entry is really simple, just Tweet the following message and make sure that you are following @intheloose on Twitter.

RT & Follow @InTheLoose to #win @RagingBullLtd gear #Competition Terms http://ow.ly/m6b9v  pic.twitter.com/RFvINn47jC

You can view the full Raging Bull collection here.

The Raging Bull story began back in 2003 when England rugby player and World Cup winner Phil Vickery came up with the idea of a clothing brand whilst sitting around his kitchen table with friends. Nicknamed the Raging Bull by Sir Clive Woodward after his rampaging style of play, Phil had the perfect brand name for his new sportswear company. The embryonic company started off supplying team kit to rugby clubs and the quality and service meant its reputation grew fast.

Meantime Phil concentrated on his stellar rugby career which led to him captaining his country at the 2007 World Cup and a British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa. It was during the World Cup year of 2007 that Phil decided to branch out into leisurewear as a sensible step in growing the brand. He appointed Shannon Mercer as MD who bought a wealth of experience from the retail world to the brand and working with Phil got the leisurewear off to flying start. The collection started with a core of rugby inspired tops and t shirts which all reflected the heritage of the sport whilst retaining an easy to wear wide appeal.

The Brand today

The label is now stocked at major UK retailers such as House of Fraser and Debenhams as well as over 70 independents.

With a celebrity following and a loyal customer base the brand has a real appeal which lies in the combination of characteristics of its founder Phil Vickery – British, pride, strength, rugged and quality.  Raging Bull also has an increased focus on fashion with its in house design team cleverly developing the range season by season.

The collection has evolved to now include jeans, shorts, jackets, formal shirts and gilets and has firmly established itself as a true lifestyle brand.

The Future

The team at Raging Bull is fully committed to developing the brand further whilst never losing sight of the strong brand values that remain at the heart of the label.  Selected partnerships with brands that share the companies are part of the way forward and recently an announcement was made of a collaboration with high end footwear retailer Chatham Marine to produce a Raging Bull branded deck shoe. There is also an on-going project to be announced next year that will see a boys wear collection launch with a major high street retailer.

With rugby played around the world and now due to become an Olympic sport in 2016, Raging Bull with its true sports heritage will move further towards becoming a global lifestyle brand. With a successful partnership already in place with a major retailer in the Middle East the brand already looks set to begin that transition.

  • The Competition is only open to Twitter users aged 18 years and over.
  • Prize can only be delivered to a UK address.
  • The Competition starts on Monday 17th June 2013 and closes at 09.00 GMT on Monday 24th June 2013.
  • To enter the Competition, entrants must have access to a computer, the internet and have a Twitter account.
  • The prize is for the items displayed in the image above.
  • To enter, entrants must ReTweet the following message on Twitter: RT & Follow @InTheLoose to #win @RagingBullLtd gear #Competition Terms http://ow.ly/m6b9v  pic.twitter.com/RFvINn47jC
  • Winners will be drawn at random from all complete ReTweets & followers logged during the promotional period. No purchase necessary. Entries are only valid if the entry is completed correctly in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
  • Only 1 entry per person.
  • Competition not open to employees of In The Loose, their families or agencies.
  • The winner’s first names (at the Promoter’s absolute and sole discretion) will be announced on Twitter.
  • The winners will be notified by Twitter Direct Message within 48 hours of the Competition closing date.
  • In order to receive their prize, the winners are required to provide In The Loose with their full name and UK address. Should a winner not acknowledge receipt of their win, and provide their full name and UK address, within 7 days of receiving notice from In The Loose that they have won a prize, we reserve the right to redraw or not fulfill the prize.
  • The prizes will be despatched out within 5 days of the winners notifying In The Loose of their full name and UK address pursuant to clause 14 of these Terms and Conditions.
  • The Promoter will not be liable for any delays in the receipt of entries. The Promoter does not accept responsibility for entries which are not received or delivered.
  • In the event the Promoter believes that an entry contravenes these Terms and Conditions, it reserves all rights to delete the entry at its absolute and sole discretion.
  • The prizes are non-transferable and cannot be substituted with a cash alternative.
  • The prize draw decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
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