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Experience agency’s operations team go Calendar Girls for charity

Experience design agency TRO's operations team, which is based in Norwich, has stripped off for a charity calendar. Pictured is Robert French.  Picture: James Kerwin

Experience design agency TRO's operations team, which is based in Norwich, has stripped off for a charity calendar. Pictured is Robert French. Picture: James Kerwin

James Kerwin

Just in time for the New Year an experiential marketing agency has launched a calendar in aid of an African not-for-profit organisation.

TRO, which has its Norwich office on the Burton Road Business Park, has released a Calendar Girls inspired calendar featuring its operations team who have stripped off in the name of charity.

The campaign is raising funds for Qhubeka, which provides bicycles to rural areas in Africa to help improve access to schools, jobs and clinics.

TRO’s calendar was the brain-child of Jane Bassil, TRO’s operator recruitment manager. She said: “We felt this was a really fun way to raise money for a charity with whom we have a real affinity – and it gave some of our workforce a chance to let their hair down after a busy year and show off their beautiful bodies.”

To buy a copy visit https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/trocalendarboys or email hello@tro.com with your postage details.


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