|Drop your boss - it's a load of fun|
||22 Apr 2017|
|General News - page 8 - 159 words - ID 762105987 - Photo: Yes - Type: News Item - Size: 719.00cm2|
Twenty-seven people abseiled down Hamilton's Deloitte building for a Drop Your Boss fundraiser.
Their music choices ranged from The Edge of Glory to Drop It Like It's Hot. The event was a fundraiser for the Graeme Dingle Foundation, which runs programmes such as Kiwi Can and Stars.
In flight: Steph Larivee, IRD and new Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato chair, finished the abseil.
Here I come: Sport Waikato CEO Matthew Cooper.
Heading up: David Slone, CSC Buying Group; Nigel Clark, Genesis Energy; Fraser Pease, Craigs IP and James Hutchison, KiwiNet on their way up.
Team effort: Doug Falkner, Kate Parr, First Step Outdoors, Bruce Postill, Simon Bell, Miller Bell, Shaun Cleaver - the superb First Step Outdoors abseil team who got all their droppers down. PHOTOS: PETER DRURY AND MIKE SCOTT.
At the top: Rangimahora Reddy and Surinder Dhulip-Singh getting final instructions from Bruce Postill and Doug Falkner before going over.
Countdown: Putting all the gear on and ready for the safety briefing.
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