New starter at Cadassist – Mr Quack Assist

20160513_123912In the run up to the Bramhall Duck Race, of which we are proud sponsors, we have taken on a new starter; Mr Quack Assist.  He comes to us relatively inexperienced in all things design and data management, but with his sunny yellow outlook and eye catching presence, we are confident he will rise to the challenge of his key role; raising money for Francis House Children’s Hospice.

Cadassist regularly contribute to Francis House, and as part of the fundraising effort Mr Quack Assist raced in this year’s Corporate Giant Rubber Duck Races.  Last year the duck race raised over £15,000.  We’re still waiting for the total, but this year, Mr Quack Assist is confident we can do more.

“Francis House Children’s Hospice provides much needed help and support for children and their families,” said Mr Quack Assist, new starter at Cadassist.  “We’re genuinely pleased and honoured to help.  This year, I came 3rd in my race, winning the bronze.  Next year I hope to go for gold.”

Managing Director Tony Reece is confident Mr Quack Assist will win.  “I know the Cadassist team have worked hard on getting Mr Quack Assist ready, I look forward to seeing the results.”

If you’d like to help Francis House too, you can donate online.  Otherwise, please come and support Mr Quack Assist on the day.  Take a look at Mr Quack Assist’s week.

Signing in this morning
Quick cup of tea to start the day

Helping John Grimshaw take some support calls.

Introducing himself to John Ireland

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