Posted on: 14 December 2017 (updated on 13 December)
On 23rd November, over 100 people descended on The Globe Arena in Morecambe for a fundraising night in aid of the North West Air Ambulance (NWAAC).
Our ‘Apprentice’ style challenge saw two teams source some incredible prizes to be auctioned during the fun-packed night in order to raise money for this great cause.
Danny Matthews from the local breakfast radio show was the evening host and helped encourage the auction bidding after guests sat down to a ‘pie and pea’ supper. The evening also included a raffle with over 40 fantastic prizes drawn from previously sold tickets.
Every item up for grabs was sold on the night with the biggest bid going to a Manchester United shirt signed by top players.
In total, Premier BusinessCare raised £7,507.60 which was matched by our parent company, Allianz Insurance, bringing the total donated to a brilliant £15,015.20.
We would like to thank EVERYONE who made this incredible event a huge success, not just our staff who dedicated their time to organising it or the people who attended or sponsored the event but also the local businesses who were willing to support the auction and raffle by donating prizes. The North West Air Ambulance Community Fundraiser, Sarah Thompson, had this to say:
We are very proud of the support from the team at Premier BusinessCare. As a charity that receives no central government or national lottery funding, we would not be able to continue our vital life-saving service without supporters like these behind us.
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