GENEROUS FOOD PRODUCERS DONATE 6 NATIONS TICKETS TO UK TROOPS
Red Lion Foods founder and owner, Andrew Gidden is yet again supporting our country’s heroes by donating free tickets to the RBS 6 Nations.
On Friday 6th February, servicemen and women will benefit from free tickets to the RBS 6 Nations, Wales v England match as well as a pre-match dinner with Welsh rugby legend, Gareth Edwards.
Red Lion Foods is a food company which donates 100% of their post-tax profits to Armed Forces charities and charitable activities, such as providing tickets to serving personnel through Tickets For Troops.
They have donated in excess of £250,000 worth of tickets and hospitality since forming their partnership with Tickets For Troops.
LCpl Spencer of 35 Engineer Regiment, will be attending the match through Tickets For Troops. He has been serving since 2009 and said: “I’m very grateful for the opportunity and after I found out I was going I spent most of Tuesday with a beaming smile on my face.”
Veronica Bamford, Director of Operations at Tickets For Troops said“It is always an exciting time of year when The RBS 6 Nations comes around and we are extremely grateful to Red Lion Foods for yet again recognising our brilliant Armed Forces.”
Andrew Gidden, Founder and Owner of Red Lion Foods said: “It’s brilliant to recognise these fabulous people and to personally share the RBS 6 Nations with them.”
Gareth Edwards, former Welsh scrum half said: “I’m delighted to be involved again with this great charity.”