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Wings For Life – Thank You Tigers Fans

Hexagon and Telford Tigers would like to thank all the fans who took part in the Wings for Life Jersey Auction.

On the 19th March the Hexagon Telford Tigers took to the ice in their home game against Leeds Knights, wearing a charity jersey designed by title sponsors Hexagon in support of the Hexagon 2023 Charity of the year Wings for Life.

Until 8 PM on the evening of the 19th March, there was an opportunity to support Hexagon, and help raise money for their 2023 chosen charity Wings for Life. through an online shirt auction.

The auction on the evening raised £2,289.40 which is a fantastic amount and could not have been achieved without the help and support of the loyal Telford Tigers fans.

From left to right: Mike Washburn – Telford Tigers Owner, Ollie Campbell – Hexagon Finance Director, David Brown – Hexagon General Manager, Tom Watkins – Telford Tigers General Manager, Emma Burridge – Hexagon HR Business Partner

Tom Watkins, Head Coach and General Manager of the Tigers said “What a fantastic response from the fans to support Hexagon’s chosen charity, “Wings For Life”. I think the shirt design was excellent and I was very pleased to see the final amount that Tigers are donating to the charity.”

David Brown the General Manager of the Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Division based in Halesfield Telford was quoted as saying on behalf of Hexagon “What a wonderful gesture and achievement by Telford Tigers to help us raise funds for our chosen charity.  We love the jersey design and would like to thank the Tigers fans for getting onboard with the jersey auction and raising a massive amount for Wings for Life. “

David went on to say “Wings for Life is a not for profit nationally recognised foundation for spinal cord research. At Hexagon we have chosen Wings for Life as our recognised charity and help support the research projects and clinical studies worldwide to heal the spinal cord injuries. “

Charity Jersey designed by Hexagon

The Wings for Life mission is to find a cure for spinal cord injuries. Because science agrees: injured nerve cells are capable of regeneration.

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