And All For A Good Cause
The Christmas spirit was on display at our Tilbury Super DC last Friday, when members of the Uniserve team turned up for work dressed-to-impress in support of charity.
Dressed in christmas jumpers, shirts and dresses for the day, our boys and girls made Santa’s nice list, by collecting funds for the Save The Children charity.
Save the Children helped 22 million children last year, changing the world for children through innovative work on the ground and campaigning for change on key issues.
With so much style on show we have found it far too difficult to pick a winner, although a certain cardigan, pictured directly above, must go down as one of the most shocking we have ever seen.
Commenting on our Christmas Jumper Day, Gary Cobbing – Uniserve Commercial Director – said “Its great to see the staff get together and support such a worthy cause, but its also nice the jumpers only come out once per year”, he then added “Bah – Humbug!!“
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