EDM raises cash for Macmillan from Manchester United signed shirt auction

1 March 2016

Man Utd shirt auction

Manchester, UK. EDM, a leading global provider of training simulators to the civil aviation and defence sectors, announced today that it has raised hundreds of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support after auctioning off a signed Manchester United shirt.

Signed by the entire Manchester United squad, the shirt was donated by EDM’s freight partners, All Seas Global Logistics. EDM organised an online auction for the shirt during December to raise funds for the company’s chosen charity, Macmillan. After intense bidding up until the Christmas festive break, the shirt was finally won by Manchester based Recruitment Consultant, Jordan Borrow from Hexa Services, for a bid of £300.

“Very well done to EDM for creating the auction,” said Jordan. “As a season ticket holder and lifelong Manchester United fan I’m obviously very pleased to win the auction however I’m even happier the proceeds have gone to such a great cause. Good luck to EDM with their future fundraising initiatives.”

EDM raised over £6,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support in 2015. The charity aims to provide support to those with cancer from diagnosis through to treatment and beyond.

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About EDM

EDM is a leading global provider of training simulators to the civil aviation, defence, rail and other industries. Combining the highest engineering standards with leading-edge technologies, EDM provides airlines with Door Trainers, Cabin Service Trainers, Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainers and Full Size Mockups and defence organisations with Procedure Trainers, Maintenance Trainers, Ejection Seats, Simulators and Full Size Replicas. Serving organisations worldwide from its UK headquarters, EDM is committed to delivering exceptional quality and value to its clients to help them enhance safety and operational efficiency.

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