Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom (1st August, 2012) – Autonet Insurance, the multi-award winning van insurance broker, announce that they have sponsored marathon runner Chris Price £500 as part of his efforts to run a total of 32 half marathons throughout 2012 to raise money for the Matthew Good Foundation.
The Matthew Good Foundation was set up by Matthew’s family after he passed away whilst running the Humber Half Marathon, which Chris also participated in.
The money raised will go towards research into an area of science that isn’t as commonly observed as most other areas, and hopes to explore the reasoning behind sudden, potentially preventable deaths.
Ian Donaldson, Managing Director of Autonet Insurance, commented: “Autonet are pleased to be sponsoring Chris for his 32 half marathon challenge. We wish him luck for his inspirational challenge ahead and hope he raises a substantial amount for the foundation.”
The Autonet Charity Committee was first set up two years ago, and is dedicated to donating and raising funds for local and national charities. Contact the Autonet Charity Committee via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Autonet Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AutonetInsurance.
To sponsor Chris, visit his site: http://www.matthewgoodfoundation.org/fund-raising/32-marathons.
For more information on Autonet Insurance’s vehicle brokerage services, please visit http://www.autonetinsurance.co.uk/ or call 01782 880950.
About Autonet Insurance:
Autonet Insurance Group is a privately owned company that was established in 1998, growing to be one of the UK’s largest van insurance brokers. Autonet Insurance specialises in van insurance, but also provides goods-in-transit, tools insurance, truck cover, bike insurance, and various other vehicle brokerage services. The philosophy at the core of Autonet is to provide a superior professional service to customers and to maintain the excellent industry standards.
Autonet Insurance Services Ltd
Nile Street, Burslem
Stoke on Trent
Zip: ST6 2BA
Tel: 01782 880950