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Thursday, March 21, 2013

MTA Driving for Daniel

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Doing their bit for a very worthy cause, three MTA - Mobile Travel Agents' consultants took part in a Queensland travel industry charity golf day at Carbook Golf Club last week to raise funds for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

The MTA consultants, Ann McKinnon, Bettiann Gain and Jonica Gilbert invited valued clients Carol Aamodt, John Clancy, Donna Playford, Lorna Hughes and Dianne Jones to partner them with all donning red, the Foundation's official colour, to join close on 150 of their industry peers taking part in the 'Drive for Daniel Golf Day'.

The golf day annually raises much-needed funds for the Foundation which, created by Daniel Morcombe's parents Bruce and Denise Morcombe, is designed to deliver 'harm prevention' and 'personal safety' initiatives from which hundreds of youngsters and vulnerable people in the community benefit from.

MTA Managing Directors, Roy and Karen Merricks are strong supporters of both the foundation and the annual event.

The 2013 golf day raised more than $11,500 towards the 'Red Truck' program which visits schools delivering a 'Stranger Danger' message.

Pictured at the event with founder Denise Morcombe (second from right) are (from left to right): Donna Playford, Lorna Hughes, Jonica Gilbert and Dianne Jones.


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