PARK CENTRE RELAY TEAM HITS THE GROUND RUNNING
On Monday 1st May 2017, the Park Centre Relay Team participated in the Belfast City Marathon.
Staff members from five different stores within the Park Centre made up the team that tackled the marathon.
Arthur Robinson from Ponden Home Interiors kicked things off from the City Hall, tackling the first leg, and was followed by Jordan Reynolds from The Carphone Warehouse.
Luke Gardner from O2 challenged himself to the longest leg of the race, completing a tough 7.2 mile stretch. He was met at Gideon's Green by Robert Gould, from Savers Health and Beauty, who completed the fourth leg of the relay.
The final hurdle was accomplished by Gary Connolly from Shoe Zone, who crossed the finish line at Ormeau Park.
The relay team ran on behalf of the Suicide Awareness and Support Group, a charity which is very close to both Park Centre employees, and the local community.
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was a roaring success!
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