Martin's pleasant surprise

08/12/2017

Oxford based spark Martin Ewins won himself a year’s free registration with NICEIC after helping support our campaign for Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK).

NICEIC and ELECSA have committed to raising £20,000 for ARUK over the next three years.  As part of our fundraising activity we asked registered contractors to donate 15 minutes of pay to ARUK.
All those who donated were then put into a prize draw to win a year’s free registration.

Martin said:” It was a very pleasant surprise. I never really expected to win to be honest and I generally don’t bother with competitions.

“However, I lost an aunt not too long ago because of Alzheimer’s so this one just caught my eye.”

Bicester based Martin, who runs MJE Electrical services has been with NICEIC for almost four years as an Approved Contractor. His prize, worth more than £500, will see him win his annual registration fee.

Contractors helped raise more than £1000 in the process.

NICEIC and ELECSA staff have already raised more than £5000 through a series of fundraising events.

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