Falcon donates Xmas card budget to Red Cross

"We hope that all our customers and suppliers weren't too disappointed this year because they did not receive a Christmas Card from Falcon," writes Falcon MD Steven Bell to bikebiz.co.uk.
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"We decided that it was becoming increasingly inappropriate and have donated £300 to theB ritish Red Cross Association who I am sure will make far better use of the money than we all normally do with our corporate cards!

"Nevertheless, all of us at Falcon would like to wish our customers,suppliers and friends a very happy Christmas holiday period and look forward to 2002."


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