Daisy Helping Disadvantaged Kids

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Can you help? 

Daisy’s Managing Director Derek Prince is teaming up with peers Marshall Tilby (Totally Workwear Chairman), Peter Scrivener (Loadex Hire General Manager) and Garth Munroe (Southwest Solid Surfaces Director) to take part in the 2015 Variety Creative Car Cruise taking place 19th – 22nd March to raise funds for Variety WA to help assist kids in need.

Derek and his team will be driving two vintage cars from Bunbury to Collie over the four-day cruise. There will be up to 40 cars participating in the popular annual event.

Huge thanks goes to many major Daisy suppliers have already kindly donated to the cause.

Before setting off on his journey, here’s what Derek has to say:

  • The main reason you’re participating? A business colleague knew I like my classic muscle cars and after he completed the event last year we spoke about the Variety cause and the opportunity to put something back into the community while still doing something we loved… the whole concept really appealed so thought I’d get involved for the first time this year.
  • So what’s the plan? We plan on having a bit of fun while raising money for sick, disadvantaged and special needs kids in WA.
  • What type of car will you be in? The car is a beautiful old 70 Ford Falcon XW GT.

How much money do you aim to raise? As much as possible, many of our suppliers have come on board and donated. We have many thousands donated already which is so amazing to see for such a great cause! Follow our journey with photos and updates on the Daisy Facebook page.