6 March 2016

Carbon Copy: March 2016

Our first Carbon newsletter of 2016 is now available. In the spring edition, Carbon’s Managing Director, Gordon Wilson, comments on the exciting sponsorship deal with European Tour Professional, Richie Ramsay. We were excited to announce recently that Richie will be wearing the Carbon colours on every competition Friday of his playing schedule, and we will be hearing first hand from him throughout the year. In the article, Gordon comments on the background to the sponsorship, and the encouraging start Richie has made in the distinctive Carbon orange and black golf attire.

Other articles include a useful ‘Tax Year End Checklist’ from Stephen Rowntree with some advice about making the most of this year’s tax allowances, and an intriguing piece from John Bell where he explores some interesting parallels between the investment and diet industries!

You may also be interested to get up to speed with the latest fundraising exploits of the Carbon Social Cycle Club when they take on the ‘The Highland 500’ charity cycle 2016. This is an extremely daunting challenge to cycle 500 miles of some of the toughest terrain in Scotland in just 5 days.

You can read the latest Newsletter here.

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