Tuesday, 27 March 2012
Giving Back - Nottingham Audi Raises Over £400 for Sport Relief 2012
|Friday 23rd March saw Nottingham Audi, as part of their 'Giving Back' incentive, partake in numerous events throughout the day to raise as much money as possible for Sport Relief.|
From a cake sale on reception, dressing up in sports clothes, a sports related quiz, to a barbeque and various sports day races and events at the contact centre, as a whole over £400 was raised.
The day was a great success, from the money raised to the huge amount of fun in the unseasonably hot weather enjoyed by all members of staff and customers.
The highlight of the day however was the eagerly anticipated 5-a-side football match between the staff in the main part of the dealership, including sales, service and technicians, against the staff based behind in the Contact Centre.
Throughout an exciting game, fueled with pride and passion, the Contact Centre team emerged victorious with a 12-5 win.
|The Main Dealership Team (from left to right): Sajid Mian, John Cherry, Wayne Galpin, James Chapman, Sam Clark, Peter Vale, Jamie Johnson, John Cragg, Matthew Mills.|
|The Contact Centre Team (from left to right) top row: Matthew Staniforth, Oliver Terrett, James Mather, Callum Bates, Craig Coe, bottom row: Alex Burkinshaw, Mark Robinson, Ryan Cairns, James Elliott.|
|The highly successful barbeque at the back of the Centre|
|Craig Coe (right) Winner of the Sport Quiz being presented with his prize by Callum Bates (left)|
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