Posted 2nd July

Geberit directors to take on Snowdonia Triple Challenge

2nd July 2019 - 15:21pm
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Geberit’s board of directors is taking on the Snowdonia Triple Challenge – namely a 17km cycle, 7km hike and 4km kayak all in one day – to raise funds for its official charity partner CRASH.

Alongside the gruelling challenge, Geberit is also holding a range of fundraising activities throughout the year to help CRASH, which helps homeless charities and hospices deliver life-changing building projects.

“As a company, we are dedicated to supporting a variety of causes throughout the year and are honoured to be a patron company of CRASH charity for 2019,” said Geberit Sales Ltd managing director Mark Larden.

“We are incredibly proud that the team is taking on the Snowdonia Triple Challenge next month to raise vital funds for the charity. Although it will be both mentally and physically exhausting, we are certain we will be rewarded by the knowledge that the mammoth challenge will help support and raise money for a very worthwhile cause.”

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