Andrew Baker, Director of Marketing at Tembe DIY and Siobhan Connor, head of PR at Tembe DIY present Sheila Jennnings from Cancer Research UK with a cheque for £1012. raised through sales of pink Hippo tape.
Hippo, the leading brand in the UK trade market brought out a pink version of its popular heavy duty tape. The tape has been designed especially to raise money to fight cancer.
Hippo heavy duty tape is a strong, multipurpose, waterproof cloth repair tape with hundreds of uses. Hippo Tape adheres firmly to most surfaces and provides a safe, clean and versatile solution to many problems.
Cancer Research UK is the largest volunteer-supported cancer research organisation in the world. The charity focuses on ways of curing cancer faster, researching new ways of preventing cancer and developing better treatments and finding effective cures.
Andrew Baker, Marketing Director of Tembé DIY & Building Products said
"Cancer is that dreaded word spoken, almost everyone has been touched by it in some way, be it a family member or a friend, it can strike at any age, young or old. Tembé and our customers are proud to continue doing our part to help raise money for a cure".
Sheila Jennnings from Cancer Research UK the local Doncaster Ambassador accepted the cheque of £1012 at Tembe’s headoffice in Doncaster, along with Andrew Baker from Harrogate, Director of Marketing at Tembe DIY and Siobhan Connor, Head of PR at Tembe DIY.
Sheila Jennings from Gainsborough said: “If we had the world I wanted we would have a cure for cancer, Tembe DIY and your customers are now part of finding that cure, because of your fundraising”.
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