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Shure Distribution UK personnel plan charity cycle effort

UK: Six staff members will be taking part in the London to Cambridge Cycle ride in memory of late MD Dennis Harburn (pictured), reports PSN-e. The 60-mile race takes place on Sunday July 26 and will see the Shure Distribution UK (SDUK) team raising money for Harburn's nominated charity, The Oliver Fisher Specialist Baby Care Trust at Medway Hospital (link below).
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UK: Six staff members will be taking part in the London to Cambridge Cycle ride in memory of late MD Dennis Harburn (pictured), reports PSN-e. The 60-mile race takes place on Sunday July 26 and will see the Shure Distribution UK (SDUK) team raising money for Harburn's nominated charity, The Oliver Fisher Specialist Baby Care Trust at Medway Hospital (link below).

The SDUK staff participating in the race are Steve Coulter (procurement/marketing), Kirsty Lamport (marketing), Paul Crognale (marketing), Tom Colman (applications & sales desk), Jay Walpole (sales rep) and Dave Philips (sales rep).

SDUK is inviting sponsorship for the race, with contributions to be made by sending a cheque payable to 'Steve Coulter' at the Shure Distribution UK office (full address on the website listed below) or via PayPal to the following account: stevecoulter@btinternet.com. There is also a collection box in the SDUK reception for cash donations.

Dennis Harburn passed away unexpectedly in March. To read PSN-e's obituary, click here.

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