Cycle of achievement

September 2007
Mortgage Strategy;9/10/2007, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the achievement of £11,083 by a team of cyclists from insurance provider Paymentshield in a bike ride for charity in Great Britain. The team raised the amount to mark the opening of Paymentshield's new headquarters in Southport and a second office in Edinburgh while giving cash for the Queenscourt Trust and Cancer Research UK. The team cycled the distance between August 25-28, 2007 with a self-imposed target of raising £10,00 for the two charities.


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