A Welcome Donation for Largs RNLI

Lifeboats News Release

Largs Marina Based Company DDZ Marine Ltd. Raise a substantial sum for Largs Lifeboat Station

Dino Zavaroni and Staff with members of Largs lifeboat crew

RNLI/William Kerr

Presentation of Cheque from DDZ Marine Ltd.
DDZ Marine Ltd. headed by their MD Dino Zavaroni is Based within Largs Yacht Haven are in the business of sales and service of all types of vessels, this year they celebrate 30 years in business.
As part of the celebration DDZ Marine Ltd. organised an event which included a trip to Colintraive in boats with a £15.00 entry fee.
That same evening they held a party at Largs Sailing Club where a raffle was held, prizes were donated by a number of companies, Raymarine,Volvo, and Garmin, other games in the evening included, guess how many sweets in the jar, a total of £1,595 was raised, all of which was donated to Largs Lifeboat Station.
All at Largs Lifeboat Station, Officials and Crew wish to thank DDZ Marine Ltd. and their hard working team of organisers for the most generous donation at the same time assuring them that this money is gratefully received and will be put to good use helping to keep Largs RNLI Lifeboat afloat.
Without such dedicated hard work and such fund raising our lifeboats would not be there.
Once again
Grateful thanks to all who took part, much appreciated.
All at Largs Lifeboat Station

RNLI/Alasdair Woods

Largs Lifeboat

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