The Spectrum IFA Group and Cogs4Cancer
By Spectrum IFA - Topics: Cogs4Cancer, Spectrum-IFA Group, Uncategorised
This article is published on: 31st July 2014
The Spectrum IFA Group have agreed to sponsor Lee Mutch for his epic ride from Ancona in Italy to Antibes, France in October 2014.
This momentous journey will take the 16 riders on a tour of more than 850km over six days in aid of Cogs4Cancer.org. Spectrum would to wish the whole team the very best of luck for this wonderful fundraising ride.
All funds raised, that means 100%, are in aid of Cancer Research UK, Clinique Tzanck Cancer Care unit in Mougins, France and the Children’s Cancer unit at the Lenval Hospital in Nice.
The ride will not be easy and team are immensely grateful for all support received thus far. The riders will be followed by support vehicles throughout the ride including Gourmet deliveries who will be making sure the riders have full bellies and are receiving wholesome food over the six day journey. Inter-nett Monaco are providing support vans and drivers and Liz Wright and Chelsea Good will be on hand to look after the bodies in terms of massage and sports therapy.
DAY 1 – ANCONA TO FORLI – 156km
DAY 2 – FORLI TO EMPOLI (through Florence) – 142Km
DAY 3 – EMPOLI TO LA SPEZIA (VIA LUCCA AND VIAREGGIO) – 146Km
DAY 4 – LA SPEZIA TO ARENZANO – 134Km
DAY 5 – ARENZANO TO SAN REMO – 123Km
DAY 6 – SAN REMO TO ANTIBES – 81Km
This gargantuan journey can be followed via GPS tracking devises that all the riders have been given by YB Tracking.
On arrival at the finishing line in Antibes at the International Yacht Club on Friday 10th October, the riders will be welcomed by a well deserved champagne reception kindly sponsored by Freedom Maritime.
As the world becomes increasingly socially aware it is obvious that we all have to adjust the way we run our businesses and lives in general. The Spectrum IFA Group seeks to operate as close to being paperless as possible whilst maintaining the highest levels of security of client information. Furthermore, we seek to keep our corporate footprint as small as possible by avoiding unnecessary long distance travel and by an adviser network living and working within the community in which their clients are based.
Every year, like many organisations, The Spectrum IFA Group is approached for support from many charities. As a company, we budget to support international and local charities and causes close to our staff and our clients’ hearts.