Løgstør stands in beautiful countryside on the edge of a large bay at the northern end of Jutland, in Denmark. Naturally, the local people are keen to promote it as a tourist destination, but they knew that the main route into town didn’t create a good first impression.
Bredgade is a long, dull road that runs for about 1km across the top of Løgstør and many of the houses and shops on either side of it were in need of some colour. The council had discussed ways of improving Bredgade for 10 years, and decided to ask Sadolin for help.
Sadolin was happy to add colour the the lives of the residents in Bredgade and supplied all the paint, equipment and hands they needed to help the locals rejuvenate the area. Over 100 volunteers, Sadolin employees and residents painted the 117 houses along the stretch of raod, and brought Colour to Løgstør.
It was a fantastic event and Bredgade is now doing justice to the rest of the town, and all the fantastic things it has to offer. One resident said “When houses started to decay people started to move away from Løgstør, but good houses in good condition attract good people – so it has definitely been a success.”
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