The HiQ fast fit network is praising fans of the British Touring Car Championships for their generosity, after raising over £4,000 for Breast Cancer Care.On their second fundraising visit to the championship this season, HiQ brought along their customary pink memorabilia to Rockingham, in a bid to increase the total and inch closer to their £100,000 target.
HiQ were so impressed with the hard work carried out by Breast Cancer Care they wanted to do something more to help - so they began Project Pink. It’s aim is simple, to raise as much money as possible for this fantastic cause. From cake sales to the three peaks challenge, everyone is getting stuck - and so far the project has raised over £120,000. For more information and for a chance to help us raise money for Breast Cancer Care, you can visit our Just Giving page.
Keep up to date with all the latest Project Pink endeavours right here or check out our other charity efforts.
After much deliberating, cogitating and digesting, the shortlist for HiQ's national grid girl competition can now be revealed.Launched in July, the company received an overwhelming response from grid girl wannabes all over the country wanting to don the iconic pink race suit and represent Team Aon at the last round of the British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone on October 16.
When the HiQ fast fit network asked British Touring Car Championship fans to bring some extra glitz and glamour to this season's grid, they weren't disappointed.With around 30 nominations already received for the Teams' Championship sponsors' Pink Grid Girl competition, HiQ is already facing an extremely tough task in whittling down the entries to a final 10.
The HiQ fast fit network has pinpointed the Rockingham race circuit as its next fundraising destination as it attempts to build on its Oulton Park success story when raising £5,000 for Breast Cancer Care.The Teams' Championship sponsors are hoping to up the ante at Rockingham circuit and raise as much money as possible for the charity, to inch closer to their £100k target.
When it comes to Girl Power, forget Geri Halliwell, Mel B and the rest of the Spice Girls and think of a trio of intrepid entrepreneurs who are turning a male dominated industry on its head.Debra Robinson, Emma-Jane Kisby and Claire Mason all decided to embark on a journey into the world of automotive fast fit care - despite having no experience in the sector whatsoever.
It may have been a wet day at Oulton Park for fans of the British Touring Car Championship but it didn't dampen the spirits of our HiQ team, as we managed to raise more than £5,000 for charity.The latest round of the Britain's premier motor racing series saw plenty of action on the track, while we grabbed the headlines off it, courtesy of a host of fundraising ideas for Breast Cancer Care.
The HiQ fast fit network is hoping to bring more glitz and glamour to the British Touring Car Championship grid with the return of its hugely popular Pink Grid Girl competition, following a year's absence.
The HiQ fast fit network is so nuts about the return of the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship at Oulton Park that is has commissioned 5,000 items of wacky headwear to say so.
Olympic legend, Denise Lewis, today met with HiQ to celebrate the success of their charity partnership with Breast Cancer Care.As an Ambassador for the charity, Denise was on hand to thank HiQ and all their staff for their support. HiQ have supported Breast Cancer Care since 2009 and are on track to meet their target of £100,000 this year.
Hundreds of motorists across Stafford have been flocking to HiQ to make the most of the centre's open days, after its £100,000 transformation.HiQ Stafford, based on Foregate Street, has undergone an extensive refurbishment, boasting eye catching new branding, new customer friendly environment and a fully automated MOT test lane.