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“C2C’s Jayne Raven Takes-Up The Challenge To Raise Funds For Rosmere Cancer Foundation”

Ormskirk (England) – October 4, 2016 : Cloudy2Clear UK Ltd, today continued their legacy of giving back to the communities in which they operate, this time sponsoring one of their own in her efforts to raise funds for the Rosmere Cancer Foundation. Jayne Raven, Cloudy2Clear’s Marketing Co-ordinator is embarking on a gruelling sponsored workout programme on Sunday, 9th October, 2016.

Jayne must choose any three exercise programmes and run them concurrently for over three hours. The choices of exercises in the first session range from ‘Spinning’ to ‘Zumbathon’. Session two options range from ‘Body Combat’ to ‘Gym Circuits’. Session three options range from ‘Body Pump’ to ‘10km Run’.

Speaking about the sponsorship, Peter Chorlton, Operations Manager said, “Most people do one session as part of their exercise routine and then they go home shattered. Imagine the inner resolve required to do not two, but three, consecutively. That is an extreme effort that merits all of our support. The dedication and commitment required to do this is phenominal. Jayne has been working hard to prepare for this and we are all so proud of her and that’s why we have sponsored her. We hope that you will also raise your hat to this Herculean effort and sponsor her too. You can sponsor her online via Virgin Money HERE.

Marcus McGee, Cloudy2Clear’s Managing Director said, “When we launched Cloudy2Clear In The Community, we did so on the platforms of sports and young people as we felt that these are the areas that we could make the most difference. Jayne’s upcoming epic fitness marathon will raise money through sports that will hopefully change someone’s life. If we all had the will power and determination to do good that Jayne has shown in preparing for this event, the world would be a better place. Come on everyone, every little helps – sponsor Jayne and sponsor Rosemere Cancer Foundation.”