Harcourts convoy for kids

Belinda Luc

Harcourts agents that partook in the Camp Quality convoy last week helped raise over $312,000 for the children’s charity group.

Over 700 motorcycles and 700 trucks participated in the convoy, which travelled from Appin to Albion Park on the NSW south coast. Over 5,000 supporters attended the event.

Harcourts NSW chief executive officer Chris Stephandellis, together with Harcourts Corrimal, Woonona and Thirroul business owners, participated in the convoy.

“The atmosphere was electric! I was amazed to see so many trucks and bikes and all the spectators cheering for us along the way. What a wonderful event for such a great charity,” Mr Stephandellis said.

“All the Camp Quality kids had a ball too. It’s heartening to participate in a small way for these kids who have to deal with so many difficulties at such a young age”.

 

Belinda Luc

Harcourts agents that partook in the Camp Quality convoy last week helped raise over $312,000 for the children’s charity group.

Over 700 motorcycles and 700 trucks participated in the convoy, which travelled from Appin to Albion Park on the NSW south coast. Over 5,000 supporters attended the event.

Harcourts NSW chief executive officer Chris Stephandellis, together with Harcourts Corrimal, Woonona and Thirroul business owners, participated in the convoy.

“The atmosphere was electric! I was amazed to see so many trucks and bikes and all the spectators cheering for us along the way. What a wonderful event for such a great charity,” Mr Stephandellis said.

“All the Camp Quality kids had a ball too. It’s heartening to participate in a small way for these kids who have to deal with so many difficulties at such a young age”.

 

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