Pushing the Boat Out with £1,000 RNLI Charity Donation
Dawsongroup | truck and trailer recently made a customer’s wish to support a charity come true with a £1,000 donation to the RNLI as a ‘thank you’ for taking part in their customer satisfaction survey.
As part of Dawsongroup truck and trailer's recent survey across their business operations, they offered those who took part the opportunity to nominate a charity for a £1,000 donation.
Ian Oldridge, National Compliance Manager for Wincanton, was the lucky winner and was quick to nominate the RNLI as his chosen charity.
He handed over the cheque at the Humber Lifeboat Station in East Yorkshire, accompanied by Scott Bailey and Alex Lees; Scott Bailey is soon to open and manage truck and trailer's new branch in nearby Hull.
Ian said, “I was happy to help Dawsons with their questionnaire regardless of any prize. It was a serious research project and, although I obviously knew about the charity donation offer, I answered all the questions never imagining that my name would be drawn out of the hat! But it was a unique charity opportunity, so I was happy to be in with a chance.”
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