Posted 17th July

Geberit raises £3,750 through Snowdonia Triple challenge

17th July 2019 - 13:23pm
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Geberit’s board of directors has managed to raise £3,750 for its official charity partner CRASH through the Snowdonia Triple Challenge, which saw the team take on a 17km cycle, 7km hike and 4km kayak all in one day.

The group began with a cycle around the base of Snowdon, followed by a climb to the summit of the mountain before finishing with a kayak across Llyn Padarn. The company exceeded its original target of £3,000, with all the funds going directly to CRASH.

“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 of the team for completing the Snowdonia Triple Challenge, helping to not only reach, but exceed our target amount for the charity. It was both mentally and physically exhausting, but we are rewarded by the knowledge that the funds raised will help support a very worthwhile cause.”

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