20/04/2012

Strange orange creatures invade BSAVA World Congress

It wasn't a promotion for a carbonated soft drink or a mobile network operator – it was, in fact, the Vet Charity Challenge logo brought to life to promote the event and encourage vets to take part on September 15, 2012.

It wasn't a promotion for a carbonated soft drink or a mobile network operator – it was, in fact, the Vet Charity Challenge logo brought to life to promote the event and encourage vets to take part on September 15, 2012.

The human embodiment of the Vet Charity Challenge logo at WSAVA / FECAVA / BSAVA World Congress 2012.Teams of four will participate in the one-day event that is open to all levels of fitness and involves a series of physical tasks and puzzle-solving challenges.

Each team can choose their own routes and take part in walking / running, cycling and kayaking stages and can make it as easy or hard as they like.

The charities benefitting from the 2012 event will be vets' favourites:


The charity is expecting to raise in excess of £20,000, and urge the profession and their industry colleagues to get together to have some fun, and raise some serious money at the same time. It's a great PR opportunity for practices and a chance for team-building, whatever their business.

The VCC logo, as it should be.The venue is the Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester and all details can be found on www.vetcharitychallenge.co.uk or by phoning 01727 859259. The VCC will provide training guidelines and sponsorship forms.

Places are limited so early booking is advisable. To be sure of a place, practices and business are urged to book their team of four by the deadline of June 29, 2012.

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