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Driveaway Backs Walk for Kids

October 5, 2016 Responsible Tourism No Comments Print Print Email Email

A group of 40 people supported by staff from worldwide self-drive operator DriveAway Holidays has almost reached its target by joining the annual Superhero Walk.


The walk started at the DriveAway office in North Sydney at midday and arrived in Shellharbour after walking for 35 hours over five days well on the way to meeting their ambition of raising $10,000 for children facing life threatening illnesses and other situations.

The Superhero Walk is held each year to raise awareness for kids facing life threatening illnesses and situations and raising funds for individuals, families and small charities involved with children.

DriveAway Holidays staff supporting the event are pictured before the start. Back left is James Dowe (Digital Marketing Manager at DriveAway) Middle: Beau Thatcher (community & events manager from kidzwish foundation), Tasman Cassim (Founder of the Superhero Walk), Nicole Cook & Cameron Edwards (Marketing @ DriveAway) Front: Ashleigh Robinson (Marketing Partnerships Manager), Laura Ritchie & Alison Skevington  (Marketing @ DriveAway)


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