TMUK management and directors take on the Ice Bucket Challenge

 

TMUK Ice Bucket Challenge

 

 

Representatives of the Toyota Motor Manufacturing (TMUK) management team and all of the directors – including MD Shigeru Teramoto and DMD Tony Walker – have raised over £1,250 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association by completing the Ice Bucket Challenge.

It’s a charity very close to the hearts of TMUK staff, as paint section manager John McCartney suffers from motor neurone disease.  John was there to watch his friends and colleagues get a good soaking!

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TMUK has nominated management teams at Deeside, TPCA in the Czech Republic and Toyota Motor Europe in Derby and Brussels – each has two weeks to rise to the challenge.

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Comments (1)

  1. Thank you for allowing me to take part in Marvin’s place – it was a truly fantastic challenge that I would recommend to everyone!

    To see John and Wendy as we all took the plunge made the day even more memorable.

    Now for Marvin and his team at TPCA to play their part and rise to the challenge!

    One day there will be a cure for MND, but until then we should all help where we can and support those who are affected by it.

    Angie Cooke

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