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Burson Auto Parts Slacks Creek and Monroe Aust QLD team up for 2013 Oxfam Trailwalker QLD Event

06 05 2013

Burson Auto Parts has lent its support to Slacks Creek (QLD) Store Manager Martyn Tasker and his Oxfam Trailwalker 100 kilometre Charity Walk team.

The Burson Auto Parts Slacks Creek team, known as Team Synergy, includes Martyn, his wife Larissa, and Assistant Manager Luke Spoor along with Monroe Australia Queensland State Manager David Atherton. All will take part in this epic charity trail walk from Friday July 14, seeking to complete the 100 kilometre distance in 24 hours.

Team Synergy has also gained sponsorship from Monroe Shock Absorbers, with further support both in the form of donations and in kind being received from Fuchs Lubricants, Invision Sales, Bridges Personal Investments, Disc Brakes Australia and Clutch Industries along with the support of many Burson Auto Parts customers and friends.

Making a donation to Team Synergy for their 2013 Oxfam Trailwalker campaign is easy and tax deductible. More donations are needed and can be made by simply using the following link direct to Oxfam, with a receipt issued directly to the sender. Every company that donates has their name listed on the Oxfam website, in the Team Synergy webspace. Donations can also be accepted personally at the Burson Auto Parts store in Slacks Creek.

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Here is the link to Team Synergy on the Oxfam website:

Oxfam Australia is part of a global movement of dedicated people working hard to fight poverty and injustice. All donations raised by each team participating in Oxfam Trailwalker events held in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth will go directly to Oxfam to assist some of the most disadvantaged people in the world.

According to Burson Auto Parts General Manager of Sales and Marketing, Craig Magill, “It is great to support our team from Slacks Creek for such a worthy cause and we hope that more of our suppliers and customers will follow our lead to make Team Synergy one of the strongest charity earners in the Brisbane Oxfam Trailwalker event for 2013. ”

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