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Vauxhall aftersales bare all for four peaks challenge

A team of executives from Vauxhall’s aftersales division in Luton is following in the footsteps of Yorkshire’s now famous Calendar Girls to publicise its attempt at next month’s Four Peaks Challenge.

The four man team stripped down to the bare essentials at the Vauxhall Heritage Centre to pose in the company’s Prince Henry Vauxhall.

Vauxhall is attempting to maintain its long-standing support for the Wooden Spoon charity by attempting to complete the non-stop climb of Ben Nevis, Helvellyn, Snowdon and Carantouhill in less than 48 hours.

GM Europe trade manage Nigel Griggs, together with aftermarket product development manager Alex Shields and fleet aftersales marketing manager Mike Partridge hope to raise more than £3,900 for disabled disadvantaged children by completing the challenge, which totals 14,000 feet of testing climbs and descents.

The trio will be supported by Stuart Smith, commercial accessories marketing manager, who will be responsible for ferrying his colleagues around the 1,500 mile rout linking the four peaks in a Vauxhall supplied by the manufacturer.

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