Please help put PVL at the top of the leaderboard!
(and see Wes dressed as Super Mario)
We have assembled some of the fastest drivers in the south, and Team Dave*, our bunch of Super Mario lookalikes** will drive a Go-Kart the equivalent of Crawley to Le Mans, in 12 hours. But we need your support – Please help our crack team in their effort to win the GDB Charity challenge!
We are looking for a few more sponsors to help us beat our sponsorship target supporting some great local charities. Any amount, no matter how small, will be hugely appreciated.
You can sponsor us here: http://www.justgiving.com/pvl
If we exceed our target, our own tame “Mario”, Wes Earp, will wear his SuperMario outfit at an upcoming networking event.
PVL’s six drivers (Team Dave) will participate in the Gatwick Diamond Business Association (GDB) Charity 12hr Go -Kart Challenge on 1st October. Each team will aim to travel in excess of 540km, non-stop***; the equivalent distance from Manor Royal to Le Mans, in Go-Karts, raising funds to be shared amongst these local Sussex charities:
Sussex & Surrey Air Ambulance,
St Catherine’s Hospice,
Chestnut Tree House,
Sussex Community Foundation,
Golden Lion Childrens Trust,
CHAMS Home Start,
The Olive Tree,
Sussex Wildlife Trust,
West Sussex Mediation Services
You can follow progress of our challenge on our Facebook page, and sponsor us at our justgiving page at http://www.justgiving.com/pvl
We will have a bit of fun doing this, but we will be taking it very seriously, and aiming for the overall fastest lap as well as overall furthest distance travelled. Ultimately, however, it’s about the Charities who will benefit from our sponsors and I hope that you are able to support us.
Did I mention our JustGiving page: http://www.justgiving.com/pvl
Nick Broom, Managing Director
* Despite answering readily to the name Dave, not all of them were christened as such.
**Actually, none of our team even has a moustache, so they really don’t look like Mario. Sorry.
***There will have to be stops to enable Dave to handover driving to the next Dave. Oh, and if there is an incident or accident, they may stop briefly. Otherwise, it’s non-stop. Apart from re-fuelling. And crashes. And driver-changes then, ok?