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MIDLANDS RETAIL NEWS

Friday January 4 2019

Local retailer gets behind Christmas Jumper Day




Local retailer gets behind Christmas Jumper Day

A local car retailer got in the festive spirit for charity by backing Christmas Jumper Day.

The team at Brindley Wolverhampton on West Street donned their finest seasonal knitwear for Save the Children, raising £100.

Christmas Jumper Day is an initiative set up in 2016 by Save The Children, and raises money which goes towards improving the lives of children across the world.

Peterjohn Durrell, Retail Principal at Brindley Wolverhampton, said: “We’re proud to support Save The Children, which does so much fantastic work for children in need.

“From Mrs Claus to penguin knitwear, our team members showed up in style to raise money for a great cause!”

For further information about Brindley Wolverhampton, email peterjohn.durrell@brindley.biz or call 01902 841931.

For general information, please visit volvocarswolverhampton.co.uk.



"From Mrs Claus to penguin knitwear, our team members showed up in style to raise money for a great cause!"
Peterjohn Durrell








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