Driving for Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer has taken on a whole new meaning for RGAC chairman Keith McIntosh.
The enthusiastic golfing fundraiser from Leyland has teamed up with charity supporters Knickerbrook Cars of Chorley to help increase awareness of the cause.
Keith has taken delivery of a Volkswagen Passat which boldly sports the message ‘Knickerbrook Cars supporting Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer.’ His car – big enough to carry his clubs, bag, trolley, grandchildren, and possibly his drum kit – is the first to officially carry the group’s logo and message.
He said: “Knickerbrook Cars have become great supporters of the charity and it’s a brilliant idea to carry our joint message wherever the car goes.”
Keith founded Rosemere Golfers Against Cancer in 2001 by to combine his love of the sport with support for the Preston-based Rosemere Cancer Foundation.
Now in its 12th year, through a regular programme of events the hard-working group has raised many thousands of pounds for the charity.
Phil Weaver, at Knickerbocker, said: “It’s great to be involved, it’s very important and serious cause, but we have fun raising the funds.”