Bridgestone Helps Leukaemia Patients With Transport Needs

December 20, 2011 by Mark | 0 Comments

The Bridgestone network has just handed over to the Leukaemia Foundation the keys to two brand new Holden Commodores.

These vehicles will be used to transport blood cancer patients to and from hospital. Every year more than 2,500 Victorians every year are likely to be diagnosed with with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders.

Bridgestone’s regional retail manager for Victoria and Tasmania, Ian Dougherty, said “Bridgestone is a proud supporter of the Leukaemia Foundation and has been for 25 years.

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