Brad, Ethan, Luke, Tony, Adrienne, Danny, Nicole, Lauren and LukeTHERE is no greater feeling of satisfaction than being able to give generously to those in need; a feeling Tony Smith, director ofMidcoastTrucks, was recently overwhelmed by.
Nanjing Night Net

Having had a long and successful business relationship with Bingo Industries, when approached by CEO Daniel Tartak in relation toMidcoastTrucksbeing a major sponsor of the upcoming fundraising event for the Cancer Council NSW and the McGrath Foundation, Tony didn’t hesitate to jump on board.

​“After Daniel lost his aunt Rose to breast cancer in Marchthen three months later his aunt Mary died from lung cancer,MidcoastTrucksfirst partnered with Bingo Industries in 2014 for the ‘Magical Memories Gala’to raise funds for these two invaluable cancer services andwhen the opportunity arose to be a sponsor again, of course I wanted to be involved,” Tony,who made a donation in excess of $25,000 to the causes, said.

Pink trucks for cancer Tony Smith receiving his Major Sponsor Award from Jim L’Estrange (CEO Cancer Council NSW), Glen McGrath (McGrath Foundation Co-Founder & President) and Daniel Tartak (CEO Bingo Industries)

Tony and Adrienne Smith with CEO Bingo Industries Daniel Tartak

Guy Sebastian performing during the 2016 Paradise Garden’s Fundraising Event

The Pink Trucks: Lauren, Luke, Tony, Adrienne, Nicole, Luke, Ethan Smith, and Brad Southan

Photo from the event

TweetFacebookThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.