Suzuki dealer gives away a car for charity

Time 8:53 am, May 21, 2013

bf49f1f1-b518-47d2-b4ef-d0454d064befA SUZUKI dealership is helping the community by giving away a brand new car as the prize in a raffle for a children’s charity.

The £7,199 Suzuki Alto SZ is being donated by Randles Suzuki and could potential go to a lucky winner for just £1 in the raffle.

The award-winning dealership hopes to raise at least £20,000 for the Donna Louise Trust, which looks after children with a shortened life expectancy.

Speaking to Staffordshire paper The Sentinel, Gemma Wiles, marketing manager at Randles Motor Group, said: ‘We are donating a Suzuki in the raffle and given that a ticket costs just £1, someone is going to win a very cheap new motor car.

‘We have a target of raising £20,000 but we want to smash this.”

Tickets can be bought from any of the Randles Suzuki or Peugeot dealerships across Staffordshire. The winning ticket will be drawn at an event at the Donna Lousie Trust’s Treetops centre in November.

Randles has been a Suzuki franchise since 1980 but can trace its steps back to 1952 when founder Jos Randles started trading in his name.

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