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DROP THE BOSS
The Star (Christchurch), Christchurch  05 Oct 2017
General News - page 9 - 77 words - ID 854852159 - Photo: No - Type: News Item - Size: 36.00cm2

Thirty two Canterbury bosses will abseil off Cashel St's Les Mills building in the name of charity tomorrow. They will compete for the 2017 Drop Your Boss Trophy, which will go to the boss that raises the most money. The aim is to raise $30,000 to go to the Graeme Dingle Foundation, which delivers youth development programmes. Special guests include Mike Pero, city councillor Deon Swiggs, Tactix player Erikana Pedersen and Peter Sherwin of Grant Thornton.

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