8th August 2011
A local entrant in this year’s XXXX Gold ‘Bay Whales to Hay Bales’ Variety Bash Variety Bash will be ‘off and racing’ thanks to support from BMO Financial Solutions.
BMO Clients Col Robinson and Neil Nass recently unveiled their 1983 VH Commodore in Dalby. They are putting the finishing touches on the car that will help them fundraise for children who need a helping hand.
BMO Financial Solutions Partner Mal Smith said he was really pleased to support the Col and Neil and their crew.
“This is something that everyone should get behind, it’s such a worthy cause and everyone has a great time along the way”
“For us, not only do we get to sponsor a team, helping them raise valuable funds, but we get to see the BMO name travelling over 3,000kms in just over a week” said Mr Smith.
Mal is also excited to be part of the crew for a couple of days during the Bash.
This year the Variety Bash begins at Hervey Bay on August 18 and finishes at the Gympie Muster on the following Saturday 27th. Some of the towns included in the stops are Nindigully, Warwick, Goondiwindi, Miles and Kingaroy.
The Variety Bash raises much needed funds for Variety, a children’s charity that is dedicated to empowering Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or who have special needs.
To find out more or offer your support go to www.varietyqld.org.au
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