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   Vol. 16 No. 82
Thursday October 12, 2017

Something For The Kids

United Triathalon 2017

      More than fifty United Cargo employees and partners ran, swam, and biked through the streets of Tempe, Arizona, in the recent Life Time Tri Tempe Triathlon. Contributions made in the name of the Cargo team’s triathletes raised more than $70,000 for Save the Children, a charity that provides critical care and supplies to at-risk children in communities affected by natural disasters.
      The annual triathlon has become a team-building tradition,” said United Cargo President Jan Krems. “It’s always enjoyable to bring our teammates together from all over the world to become healthier. But helping the most vulnerable victims of recent hurricanes—the children—was never far from our minds.
      “Our aim is always to raise one dollar more than the year before, so exceeding 2016’s total by over $20,000 was the highlight of the effort. We’ve already set our goal to get more team members involved and raise more than $100,000 for the kids in 2018.”

Jim Bellinder at Triathalon

Raising money to help others whilst powering his racer in the United Cargo Triathlon, or raising cargo to even greater heights, how fast is United’s Jim Bellinder? Click here.

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