Belfast Telegraph

Teams compete in charity shop test

STAFF from Dillon Bass Wine & Spirits – including Suzanne McCullough (above) – put their sales and marketing skills to good use as they took over the Action Cancer charity shop in Lisburn for a day. They were taking part in the Business in the Community 'Cares Shop Challenge' and had to compete against 12 teams from other companies who each took over an Action Cancer charity shop on September 19, with the objective of making as much money as possible. There are two prizes – one for the most money raised and one for the most innovative ideas. The winners will be crowned after a 'boardroom' style showdown tomorrow in the Cultra Manor at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

STAFF from Dillon Bass Wine & Spirits – including Suzanne McCullough (above) – put their sales and marketing skills to good use as they took over the Action Cancer charity shop in Lisburn for a day. They were taking part in the Business in the Community 'Cares Shop Challenge' and had to compete against 12 teams from other companies who each took over an Action Cancer charity shop on September 19, with the objective of making as much money as possible. There are two prizes – one for the most money raised and one for the most innovative ideas. The winners will be crowned after a 'boardroom' style showdown tomorrow in the Cultra Manor at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

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