Gloves off for victims
CORPORATE SUPPORT: Luke Wilson is stepping up to raise money to support the North WHITE-collar workers will roll up their sleeves and step into the boxing ring to raise money for Queenslanders battered by consecutive natural disasters.
V8 Supercars Australia Sales Manager Luke Wilson will feature on the 11-fight card in Sydney and is using his first hit-out in the ring to ease the burden on those facing life after Yasi.
The event will be held at t he Universi t y o f New South Wales on Saturday, April 16.
C o m m u n i t i e s a c r o s s North Queensland were dealt a cruel blow when the severe category five system hit.
Badly damaged townships r e ma i n wi t h o u t p o we r more than two weeks after the event.
Mr Wilson nominations families to ceeds.
Armor All and STP have already pledged support.
Mr Wilson said the project was a way of giving back.
‘‘ The proceeds from the night are going t o t he Queensland Flood Appeal so I thought it would be a good idea to do something for cyclone victims in the North,’’ he said. ‘‘ The whole idea is about getting office w o r k e r s o u t o f t h e i r comfort zone.’’
Nominations to be involved in the fight night can be sent to marketing@ nqn. newsltd. com. au. is calling for of deserving receive pro-