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   Vol. 16 No. 85
Tuesday October 24, 2017

They Got Pull
They Got Pull
  Move over bio fuel . . . staff at AIM Altitude (UK) pulled a Boeing 737 at Bournemouth Airport a distance of 50 meters to raise money for Wessex Cancer Trust.
  The event was a first-ever, plane-pulling event for AIM Altitude’s team that managed a third-place finish, beating 15 more experienced teams.
  Yanking an aircraft across the tarmac is an annual event that has raised more than £100,000 for good causes over the last nine years.
  AIM Altitude, which creates stunning cabin interiors, chose to support Wessex Cancer Trust. Wessex Cancer Trust provides practical and emotional support for cancer sufferers in seven support centers throughout the United Kingdom.
  Tugs at the heart, too . . .

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