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Victoria and Sam's 'Double Trouble'

We are taking part in a boxing match for CLIC Sargent because we want to challenge ourselves and raise money.

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CLIC Sargent

We fight for young cancer patients to ensure they thrive, not just survive.

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Victoria and Sam of the Avanti  Networking group have signed up to take part in a charity boxing match in aid of Avanti's nominated charity, Clic Sargent. The event ‘Double Trouble’ is run by local entrepreneur and gym owner, Matt Brennan and will be held at Liquid nightclub in Ipswich on October 11th.


 

Esteemed leader of Avanti Networking and MD of The Avanti Group, Victoria Sharp says, “one night for 3 mins is just a moment in time compared to a child going through cancer for months, years or even life.” Victoria has a black belt in karate and experience in kickboxing and she keeps fit by regularly running and cycling.

 

Samantha Brook, owner of Suffolk Social Media, is a relatively new member of the Avanti network and donates £5 per client per month to Clic Sargent. “I have been ill with chronic fatigue for some time now and I knew that I needed to improve my lifestyle, but I found it hard to get motivated to eat healthily and exercise. When I saw Matt’s advert on Facebook, I knew this was something I had to do and that this was the incentive I needed. As I said to Matt, “If I can do it, anyone can do it!”” she says.


Thanks to Lucy Turner from Archant / Ipswich Star for the photograph.

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