Industry golfers had a great day and raised $23,500 for the Prostate Cancer Foundation at the annual Total and Spicers Supply Charity Golf Day.

Held at the Pakuranga Golf Course in Auckland, the event attracted a range of industry participants. On the day, all were enthusiastic golfers. The winning Original Print team comprised James Hedger, Jason Sinclair, Phillip Norcross, and Steve Milliken. This year, organisers put up a 2023 Seadoo GTI170SE Seadoo Jetski and trailer as a hole in one prize on the 15th hole. Sadly, no one claimed the $28,000 prize.

With the cheque, from left Morgan John, general manager Spicers; Sir Wayne Shelford; and auctioneer Julia Rust

All Blacks great, Sir Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, who is the ambassador for The New Zealand Prostate Cancer Foundation, was on hand to deliver an entertaining speech and hand sign one of the All Blacks jerseys for auction.

Auctioneer Julia Rust donated her time to the event. Among the items auctioned was a signed All Blacks jersey that went for $775.

Morgan John, general manager of Total and Spicers, said, “It was great to partner with the Prostate Cancer Foundation and Sir Buck this year. A massive thanks to our customers, suppliers and staff. There were a lot of laughs shared on the day. Equally as important, the support was fantastic, and we are extremely proud to have raised $23,500 for such a great cause as the Prostate Cancer Foundation.0170b9

“Thank you to all the people in the industry that participated. We look forward to next year’s event”.

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