Potters Bar dealership supports British Heart Foundation
STAFF at a car dealership in Potters Bar collected money for charity while simultaneously learning about the benefits of a healthy and active lifestyle.
Employees of Dagenham Motors each donated a quid to the British Heart Foundation to wear bright red clothing to work for a day.
The workers at the Baker Street firm also received information about a variety of activities they could undertake, either in their spare time or at work, to help keep themselves fit.
New car sales manager Toby Benham said: “We wanted to highlight the importance of healthy living amongst our staff with our own ‘wear red’ day and by looking at the many ways we can all keep fit and active throughout our working day.
“Our health can impact on every aspect of our lives, therefore it’s important for people to realise that a healthy lifestyle can easily be integrated into their daily lives.”
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He added: “We hope that we have gone some way to help raise awareness of the great work that the British Heart Foundation does across the UK.”
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