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EDM, MAMA & Company And Forrest Join Walking With The Wounded As Team Partners

We are delighted to have LDC returning to pledge its support as Title Partner of the Walking With The Wounded Trois Etapes Cycle Team – their support in 2012 was crucial.

In addition to the support of LDC, this year we are proudly able to announce that we have been joined by three new Team Partners: EDM, MAMA & Company and Forrest. Their support and participation gives us a fantastic chance of success, both in terms of the race and with regard to fundraising.

EDM Group is a leading information management business services provider and has clients ranging from the NHS to Nationwide Building Society. Fergus Williams, Operations Director of Walking With The Wounded said he was “thrilled to have the support of EDM” who he described as “hands on and proactive” in their support of the Walking With The Wounded Trois Etapes Cycle Team.

MAMA & Company is a leading integrated live music and artist services business, operating throughout the United Kingdom and internationally. Their support is hugely valued and will bring the message of Walking With The Wounded to a huge new audience.

Forrest operates in the housing contractor sector and works in over 24,000 occupied homes every year, undertaking elemental and multi-elemental replacement programmes. Their support is welcome and Walking With The Wounded is grateful for their generosity in partnering with us for the Trois Etapes in July 2013.

“We are obviously delighted to be partnering with Walking With The Wounded for this year’s Trois Etapes. The charity has come so far since its inception a few years ago and we’re pleased we can be part of their latest ambitious project.”

Ted Macdougal, Forrest

The support of the Title Partner, LDC, and the Team Partners is vital to the success of this arduous cycling event. It is hoped that the project will raise in excess of £50,000 which will go directly to provide training for wounded servicemen and women, so as to equip them with the necessary skills to find long-term civilian employment.

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