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Spring in our step for Sports Relief

Spring in our step for Sports Relief

Posted by Grant Georgiades on March 18, 2016.

Plan Bounce-a-thon Raises £500 for Sports Relief Day

Today the Plan team got energetic and creative to generate funds for Sport Relief.  Working 15 minute shifts they managed to keep jumping for an entire day.

Our motor trade insurance team had the company of various colleagues continually bouncing on a small trampoline besides them. To encourage others to part with sponsorship donations those taking part set themselves challenges to perform.

Highlights included one bouncer consuming 4 jam doughnuts (he couldn’t manage a 5th), a creative type writing a poem (not one worth publishing but a poem none the less) and another performing magic tricks in honour of the late great Paul Daniels.

It was  slightly surreal seeing fully grown adults enjoying a little bit of light bounce-based relief in the corner of the office. The day certainly had a lot of ups and downs but we got there in the end raising over £500 in the process.

 

Bounce for Sports Relief

 

Disclaimer: No Customer Service Suffered in the Making of this Donation

Marketing Executive and chief organiser Pam Wheeler said,

Its a lot harder than it looks and pretty tough on the calf muscles. But it was well worth it as donations topped £250 and the Directors kindly said they’d double the amount. So we exceeded our £500 target which is really pleasing! As always everyone at Plan got really behind the event, some sponsored money, others took part, it was a team effort.

 

Whether you’re sporty or not Sports Relief encourages everyone to get active between Friday 18th and Sunday 20th March 2016 with the aim of raising money for various good causes.

Meet the Author Grant Georgiades

Marketing Mastermind with a love of dark chocolate, Grant is the youngest of the 3 Georgiades brothers. His industry experience is applied to writing blogs on all manner of topics….. but don’t ask him anything about engines.

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