Group 300 is pleased to announce the itinerary of the June 2003 Group 300 Charity Bike Ride and invite you to participate.
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The support of many companies and individuals has been the backbone of the Charity Ride since its inauguration in 1997 when Group 300 CEO Chris Batten cycled from Lands End to John O'Groats with the directors of Quay software.
Integral to the core values of our business are our stakeholders, recognising as we do, their importance to our development. In our view, these stakeholders include our clients, prospects and suppliers. We also acknowledge our responsibility to support the community and it is with this in mind that in 2003, as always, we involve our stakeholders in our efforts.
Four senior managers within Group 300, the CEO, Business Development Director, Senior Account Manager and Network 300 Operations Manager will be cycling the one thousand three hundred miles from Biarritz in the South of France to our Corporate HQ in Cambridge during fourteen gruelling days in June. We intend to secure widespread media coverage of the event and will be monitoring our intrepid team's performance via audio/data conferencing facilities based at the Atrium Gym in Cambridge.
This year's ride is aimed at raising as much money as possible for three children's hospices in East Anglia, collectively known as EACH. EACH is a registered charity which exists to maximise the quality of life for terminally ill children, their families and all who are special to them. For more information on the charity, please visit their website at http://www.each.org.uk.
We are also pleased to announce that sponsorship space is still available on our support vehicle from as little as 150 or alternatively choose a space on our highly sought-after 'yellow jersey' from 250.
Should you wish to find out more about sponsorship, please contact Chris on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0870 707 3333.
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) aims to maximise the quality of life for children and young people with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, and to support their families.