Award and wishes evening raises £25,000

Published:  12 May, 2007

Brammer recently raised £25,000 for charity at its Awards & Wishes Evening through donations and an auction for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which makes dreams come true for children and young people aged three to 17 fighting life-threatening illnesses.

Hosted by motoring journalist and TV presenter Quentin Wilson, the event also recognised outstanding innovation in the MRO marketplace with an awards ceremony attended by 300 guests at London's Science Museum.

The Awards were presented jointly to Brammer"s customers and suppliers in recognition of innovative solutions that have achieved significant cost savings or production efficiency improvements.

The winners were:

  • Alfred McAlpine and Gates
  • Coors Brewery/The Monks & Crane Industrial Group and Norgren
  • Nestle and NSK

Managing director Ian Ritchie said: "The entire event demonstrates to our customers and suppliers that Brammer is a professional company to do business with. The Awards provided outstanding and real examples of how Brammer and its suppliers use our combined expertise and knowledge to deliver significant cost savings to customers.

“And we are delighted to be able to use this event to raise money for Make-A-Wish, an organisation that brings so much happiness to seriously ill children and young people.”

Auction items ranged from VIP golf packages at the celebrity pro-am Alfred Dunhill Links Challenge and the British Masters; to signed sporting memorabilia and a fantastic prize draw to win a £5000 champagne luxury lifestyle year.

Pic caption: Hosted by motoring journalist and TV presenter Quentin Wilson, the event also recognised outstanding innovation in the MRO marketplace

For further information please visit: www.brammer.co.uk

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