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Reuters fleet chief becomes a 'Cape Crusader'

FLEET chief Barry Mills will be making children's dreams come true when he raises thousands of pounds for national charity Dial-A-Dream by competing in the 3,700-mile non-stop Cape to Cape Challenge in July.

Mills, administration manager at Reuters where he is in charge of a fleet of 1,500 vehicles operated under the Whitechapel Corporate Services car scheme with a preferred Ford deal, will be joined on the driving event by Reuters' human resources services manager Jeremy Pallett, and Glyn Farrell, of Gray Dawes Travel, which handles all Reuters' travel requirements.

The trio will undertake the journey from Europe's most northern tip Cape Nordkapp to its most southerly point, Cape Tarifa in Spain, in a Ford Galaxy. A total of 50 teams will be taking part in the Challenge which starts on July 2, and anyone wanting to add their name to the sponsors list can contact Barry Mills on 0171 542 7048.

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