Masons Kings, the South West’s leading Agricultural & Grounds care dealer announced today they will be proudly supporting Devon Air Ambulance Trust throughout 2014 in all of their events and marketing campaigns.
The announcement is linked in with the launch of the “Masons Kings Big Event”, their own Agricultural & Turf Machinery show held at Westpoint Arena, Exeter on 11th February. Over 8,000 existing customers have been invited, with other marketing creating widespread interest throughout the South West. This event has been unique and an exciting opportunity for Masons Kings
Devon Air Ambulance Trust is working along-side Masons Kings for the rest of 2014, in order to promote their Charity.
“We are delighted to support DAAT (Devon Air Ambulance Trust) throughout 2014. This year we decided to target all our support and effort to only one organisation that will benefit all our customers. A number of our staff and customers have had personal experience of the brilliant work that DAAT do and some owe their lives to the organisation.
“We believe the Air Ambulance is an essential part of the rural communities that we, Masons Kings, serve on a daily basis. For this reason, we hope our support will raise the profile of and help maintain this vital service.
“Everyone is invited to enjoy our hospitality throughout the year at our events and county shows, and at the same time, show your support for DAAT in 2014”
Andy Miller, Group Sales Manager, Masons Kings
Caroline Creer, Fundraising Director of Devon Air Ambulance Trust said “We are delighted to have been chosen as Masons Kings’ charity of choice for 2014. We very much look forward to working with them, and would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their support.”
She added “Due to patient confidentiality we don’t know who we have airlifted, but have to rely on patients to come forward and tell us about their experiences. Therefore we also look forward to connecting with those who are associated with both of our organisations to spread the word on the work that our service undertakes.”