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Comms-care’s Fight to Support Help for Heroes
Comms-care, leading IT channel support partner, is once again competing in the annual IT Channel CRN Charity Fight Night for the fourth year running hoping to claim their 5th victory in a row.
Entering the white collar boxing event on behalf of Comms-care and his chosen charity, Help for Heroes, is contender Seb Hemmings who is an Account Manager at the leading support firm. His opponent on the night will be Tunji Oyedele from Orange IS who also successfully came through the selection process.
Seb has already been training hard to be part of the CRN Fight Night as he hopes to keep up the winning streak achieved by Comms-care’s previous contenders. Maintaining the company’s undefeated title has encouraged Seb to train to the max in hope of bringing home another Comms-care victory.
Seb Hemmings said on his involvement in this year’s Fight Night: "I'm very proud to be competing in this year's CRN Fight Night and representing Comms-care. I will do my best on the night to maintain our undefeated title and even though I’m up against a strong contender, it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog that matters."
The CRN Fight Night will take place on the 24th of May at The Brewery in London. Money raised by Seb on the night as well as money raised prior to the event will go to his chosen charity ‘Help for Heroes’, which raises money to support members of the Armed Forces who have been wounded in the service of their country.
Ben Davies, Managing Director at Comms-care explains “To once again have a Comms-care contender present at this leading channel event highlights the focus and determination members of the Comms-care team possess. There is always a real buzz around the business when we have one of our guys competing in the CRN Fight Night and this year is no different as we wish Seb the best of luck as he embarks on his quest to become the 5th Comms-care champion.”
On choosing the ‘Help for Heroes’ charity for the CRN Fight Night, Seb explains, “As I am an ex solider and I sadly lost a friend in Afghanistan last year I am honoured to be taking part in the Fight Night for a great charity that’s close to my heart.”