A new Macklin Motors Dealership has recently been opened by Vertu in Glasgow.
At the same time, they in partnership with Radio Clyde’s Cash for Kids, launched a charity so as to help support some of the most vulnerable kids in the city.
The ongoing partnership was started by the organization as the grand opening of its new dealership on Port Dundas Road said to be worth about £5 million.
At that night, Macklin was able to raise a total of £29,760 for the charity. Last year, the money raised was also used in supporting no less than 50,769 children in the locality.
It was able to raise this whooping sum by auctioning off a brand new Nissan Juke which was donated by Nissan, a HOY bike and a cycling Jersey signed by Sir Chris Hoy who was there in his capacity as a brand ambassador of Nissan, and a stay at the luxurious Lartington Hall hotel.
Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow Central will go on to hold further fundraising events throughout the year 201y7, while also backing the awareness campaigns of the charity.
The general manager of the Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow Central, Robert Auld was of the notion that businesses should be able to support communities in which they operate as part of their responsibilities to these communities.
He also acknowledged the Radio Clyde Cash for kids for the wonderful working they have been doing so far for a number of years now while making it known that Macklin would work with them throughout 2017.
“Radio Clyde Cash for Kids is a fantastic and long established cause, which has helped two million children since 1980.
“We’re looking forward to working with the charity throughout 2017 to have a positive effect on vulnerable young people across Glasgow and the west of Scotland,” Auld said.