WHK Re-Brand Windfall for Nelson Charity
WHK Nelson is offering to donate surplus jandals, torches, shirts and bags to a local charity and would like to hear from interested groups.
The company is changing its name to Crowe Horwath at the end of July and rather than see their old marketing merchandise go to waste, they’ve decided to ask if any local charity could use the hundreds of items.
They include 110 pairs of adult jandals, over 70 torches, 100 bags, and some shirts.
WHK Nelson Managing Principal Darren Mark says the items are all brand new and are now redundant as they don’t have the new Crowe Horwath brand on them.
‘We hope these items will be useful for a charity and while it’s only a small gesture, we’d like to feel that it might be helpful to people in our own community.”