Marriott Motor Group paying for a day of care and support from EACH across Suffolk and Norfolk

Marriott Motor Group paying for a day of care and support from EACH across Suffolk and Norfolk

Jan 29, 2019

Marriott Motor Group is paying for a day of care and support from EACH across two counties today, having raised a fantastic £13,152.10 for us last year.

The group has 15 branches across Suffolk and Norfolk, with brands such as Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda and Renault, and employs 500 members of staff.

Money has been raised through a series of activities, including the five directors completing the Three Peaks Challenge, staff taking part in the Orwell Walk and various cycling events, monthly dress-down days, customer raffles and more.

Branches also took part in Bag It, Bring It, Boost It, collecting approximately 100 bags worth an average of £10 each.

Paul Barnard, Marriott Motor Group Managing Director, says: “I’m delighted, as a group, we exceeded our initial fundraising goal in 2018 and that this amount will pay for a day of care and support across Suffolk and Norfolk. EACH is an invaluable service to those who need it and one we’re proud to support.”

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