Sales of Ridgeline gilet raise £2,570 for cancer research
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UK firearms distributor, Highland Outdoors, in conjunction with gunsmith and shooting suppliers R&K Stockcraft, has made a donation to Cancer Research UK of £2,570
UK firearms distributor, Highland Outdoors, in conjunction with gunsmith and shooting suppliers R&K Stockcraft, has made a donation to Cancer Research UK of £2,570; the funds were raised from the proceeds of a specially designed ‘Let’s Beat Cancer’ gilet from clothing brand Ridgeline of New Zealand.
The £2,570, presented to Vicky from Cancer Research UK at the Highland Outdoors head office in Lutterworth, marks the first donation since the launch of the gilet.
Highland Outdoors stated: “It’s a sad fact that everyone is affected by cancer at some point in their lives and here at Highland Outdoors we are more than aware of this fact.
“We wanted to do something to help Cancer Research UK continue its fight against this terrible disease, and we wanted to do this in the way that we know best, by producing a piece of clothing that is both stylish and functional, hence the Ridgeline ‘Let’s Beat Cancer’ gilet.”
The gilet retails at £19.99 and is available in sizes S-3XL. To purchase your ‘Ladies Let’s Beat Cancer’ gilet and help to raise more funds for Cancer Research UK, go to www.ridgelineclothing.co.uk
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