On Monday 21st May, IC Reading represented Infiniti at a prestigious and high profile celebrity golf day in support of the charity Wellchild. The Wellchild Charity is the national UK children's charity making it possible for children and young people with exceptional health needs to be cared for at home instead of hospital, wherever possible.
The charity is supported by Prince Harry who clearly had other things than golf to do this week so the main supporter of these golf days, ITV Racing's presenter Ed Chamberlin, ran the show. With so many connections it was easy to see there was going to be a lot of celebrities playing in this yearly event at the stunning Woburn golf course.
Rocking up for the day was Ian Wright, Iain Dowey, Tony McCoy, Samantha Quek (Olympic gold medal winner, hockey), along with many many others. Infiniti Ready provided a chance to win an Infiniti Q30 with a hole in one competition which according to the people watching, only Bruce Simpson (IC Reading centre manager) came close.
It would have been interesting to see if Bruce would have been allowed to drive off in the car if he had won - nothing in the T&C's to say he couldn't! We might have needed a final decision from MD Jon Roberts on this one, luckily for Jon it was not required.
Outside of the entrance to Woburn's clubhouse was, strategically placed, a Q30 and a Q60 to ensure all players had a chance to see the models as they entered the building. A great day was held by all and some serious money raised for the charity - around £250,000 has been raised during these golf days which all goes to supporting the nurses caring for seriously ill children.
Congratulations to IC Reading for such a great event, we are sure the Infiniti profile has been raised up a notch.
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