Suzi Perry to launch Charity Auction with Williams Tenders at London Boat Show

Broadcaster Suzi Perry will be at the London Boat Show to launch an auction to raise money for Breast Cancer Care’s FAB1 Million. Williams Performance Tenders, located opposite the Sunseeker stand, has applied its extensive customisation skills to a very special Turbojet 325, set to be the centrepiece of the display at this year’s London Boat Show. Suzi will officially launch the bright pink tender on behalf of the charity.

A sneak preview of the customised Williams 325 Turbojet tender - visit the stand yourself to see the real deal!
A sneak preview of the customised Williams 325 Turbojet tender – visit the stand yourself to see the real deal!

Suzi will join Williams staff on Stand B230 later today to officially unveil the unique tender, which features a stand-out pink colour scheme (see photos of her in build here!) With an auction running throughout the show, it is hoped that the one-of-a-kind tender will raise thousands for Breast Cancer Care’s FAB1 Million project. Breast Cancer Care is the only UK wide charity providing support and tailored information for anyone affected by breast cancer.

Williams Tenders, proud supporters of the Breast Cancer Care FAB1 Million campaign
Williams Tenders, proud supporters of the Breast Cancer Care FAB1 Million campaign

The FAB1 Million project is centred around the famous pink Rolls Royce Ghost, and is aiming to raise £1 million through various initiatives, including hiring the famous car. Williams was inspired to create its very own pink tender to assist the campaign, with anyone wanting to take possession of their very own FAB boat able to place their bids on the FAB1 Million eBay page from Friday 3rd January and throughout the show .

Williams Tenders, such as the Turbojet 385 pictured here, prove a popular choice amongst Sunseeker London clients
Williams Tenders, such as the Turbojet 385 pictured here, prove a popular choice amongst Sunseeker London clients

Mathew Hornsby, Sales Director at Williams, commented: “Not only is our pink Turbojet 325 stunning to look at and a great showcase for our customisation options, but is more importantly a fantastic way for us to assist a very worthy cause. Many of our regular suppliers have helped to make the pink Turbojet 325 a reality, so our thanks go to them as well.

“We’d advise anyone looking to bid on this unique tender to get their bids in early – we’re hoping to raise a considerable amount for Breast Cancer Care through the auction. We’re really looking forward to welcoming Suzi Perry to help us officially unveil the boat, and to the considerable interest it is sure to create during the show.”

Sunseeker London are pleased to support Williams Tenders in their unique charity auction - bid now for this incredible pink Turbojet 325 to raise money for Breast Cancer Care!
Sunseeker London are pleased to support Williams Tenders in their unique charity auction – bid now for this incredible pink Turbojet 325 to raise money for Breast Cancer Care!

To find out further information about the 2014 Turbojet range please visit www.williamsjettenders.com

Sunseeker London is delighted to help support the FAB1 Breast Cancer Care campaign, raising money for breast cancer.

During the London Boat Show 2014, the FAB1 Williams 325 TurboJet tender is on display and available for auction. This is a unique opportunity for you to help Breast Cancer Care and helping an incredibly worthy cause.

London Boat Show – 4th to 12th January 2014 – London ExCeL Exhibition Centre, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, E16 1XL. DIRECTIONS.

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