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Bromsgrove business becomes driving force behind local charity

Motor leasing company, Motor Republic, has donated a branded vehicle for the use of local charity Get A-Head, as part of its support in raising funds to cure head and neck disease.

The Bromsgrove based business unveiled the new vehicle which has been supplied to support the charity’s work in raising vital funds for the research and treatment of rare head and neck disease.

The brand new Nissan Qashqai will travel the country as part of a national fund raising campaign. The new vehicle will also act as an event support vehicle for the numerous cycle rides, rowing and running events held throughout the year.

Charity Manager, Louise Newton, said; “We’re simply overwhelmed by the support from Motor Republic, we’re so grateful to have a vehicle that can help us gain valuable support from across the UK”

Director of Motor Republic, Chris Rouse said: “We wanted to help, I’m a Thyroid Cancer survivor and as a survivor, I am able to offer help to people who face what I went through and that is incredibly important to me.”

“The donation of this car is a way of making sure that the team can get to where they need to be, whether that’s supporting sponsored activities or encouraging support from further a field.”

“I’ve seen first hand the valuable work Get A-Head do. Their support in the research and treatment of rare diseases Like MTC and Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma is critical in improving patient’s lives.”

To find out more about The Get A-Head Charitable Trust, please visit: http://getahead.org.uk or find them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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L-R: Paul Hulse, Christopher Rouse, Michael Simm, Carmel Rouse, Louise Newton and Tom Bromwich

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Posted on 26th July 2017 at 9:53 AM

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