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In the Pink

[ January 19, 2012   //   ]

Katem Logistics has turned one of its trucks bright pink thanks to Katie Davison, who works in the sales department of the Palletforce member company. She wanted to raise money for Cancer Research UK after her aunt Angela Welsh was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.

“It has been really well received by everyone at Katem and the driver absolutely loves it, all the other drivers are jealous and want a pink truck too,” claims Katie.

Katie’s colleagues donated money to support the idea of giving one of the red, white and blue trucks its makeover and customers taking deliveries from the pink truck are also asked to make a voluntary donation at their discretion.

But so detemined is Katie to raise funds for the charity that she, together with colleagues Cheryl Marley and father and son Dave and Daniel Worsley plunged into chilly waters accompanied by a wooden truck as part of the annual Boxing Day Dip into the North Sea.

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