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Grab yourself a unique JCB telehandler and help the NSPCC

Digger Blogger | 11:31, Sun July 08 2012

In a massive display of charity, JCB are supporting the NSPCC by donating a telehandler as the prize in a charity auction, and the Digger Blog proudly supports the company’s generous offer.

The one of a kind auction machine has been built by JCB people using components donated by JCB suppliers, so every single penny that JCB raise from the auction can go to the NSPCC. Another feature that will make this machine unique is that it doesn’t come in yellow... unless you want it too of course! As part of the auction deal, JCB will paint the machine in whatever solid colour you like and they will brand it with your company logos. There simply will not be another machine like it anywhere in the world.

The 535V140 Hi-Viz Loadall is the company’s flagship telescopic handler, described as an innovation in visibility combined with superior stability, thanks to the JCB Sway System and 2750mm wheelbase. Designed by JCB, who are currently the world’s market leader for telehandlers, the machine provides maximum productivity and low cost of ownership.  

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The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is the only major charity solely focused on preventing the abuse of children. But cruelty remains widespread and only a minority of abused children get help. JCB is working to raise £1 million for a new NSPCC service centre, delivering services at the cutting edge of child protection for vulnerable children and young people across Staffordshire.

Your bid for the 535V140 Hi-Viz Loadall auction will play an incredible part in achieving JCB’s £1 million target and make a real difference to the lives of the most vulnerable children. There are just over 9 days left to get your bid in and stand a chance of owning this one off piece of kit, check out the JCB auction webpage for more details on how to bid. And good luck from the Digger Blog.


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