King Sturge has been accelerating funds for its 250th anniversary 1760 charity appeal with a sponsored Classic and Sports Car Reliability Run supported by the local commercial property community.
Raising money for the Royal British Legion with specific emphasis on the Selly Oak military ward, approximately 30 cars took part in the 320 mile run from Birmingham to North Wales and back.
Jones Lang LaSalle, Johnson Fellows, Opus Land, Aon, and many more property companies were amongst some of the names taking part.
Gethin Chislett, senior associate at King Sturge, said: “We had some first class cars and competitors taking part. Everyone completed the run in an average nine hours, raising an estimated £3,500.”
King Sturge Birmingham has already enjoyed a visit from Simon Weston to the offices to rally support for the Royal British Legion.
For further information on the 250th anniversary 1760 charity appeal visit KingSturge1760.com.