General manager of JJ Food Service, Terry Larkin, is hitting the streets of Turin to help raise money for The Italian Job, a mini-cooper car rally that raises money for childrens’ charities.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the event and, in that time, The Italian Job has raised £2,205,000. Larkin told Better Wholesaling, “That’s not bad for a bunch of petrol heads.” This year the rally organisers have announced a target of £3M.
Terry (pictured left) has previously taken part in the rally three times – once with an old school friend and on a separate occasion with his son. One of the highlights of his adventures was drinking Lavazza coffee at the top of the Alps (pictured).
The next event is being held in October 2014 and the nominated children’s charity is Variety. The money raised will be used to buy wheelchairs and coaches.
If you would like to help Terry reach his goal of £1500 by October, you can donate here: www.justgiving.co.uk/italianjob4
For more information on The Italian Job, visit: http://www.italianjob.com/
JJ Food Service, based in Enfield, delivers to thousands of caterers, retailers and foodservice outlets across the UK. For more information, visit: www.jjfoodservice.com