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Brokers get on their bikes

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Matthew Sullivan

Vow Financial employees have left their offices and got on their bikes to raise funds for the Smith Family charity.

Five cyclists, including the aggregator's chief executive Jeff Zulman, took on the Around the Bay in a Day Challenge in Victoria late last month and raised more than $13,500 for their efforts.

The Smith Family’s Victorian general manager Heather Le Roy thanked Vow Financial for its tremendous support.

“Thanks to this support, we can give 34 disadvantaged primary school children a range of learning and personal development opportunities to help them reach their potential,” Ms Le Roy said.

Brokers get on their bikes
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