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Alleasing supports the Beach Walk for Brain Cancer

September 25, 2014

The Alleasing team will be walking towards a cure for brain cancer on Sunday 30 November, 2014.

Alleasing is one of a number of sponsors supporting the event, which ensures all event costs are covered and all proceeds raised can go directly to research.

According to Robert Spano, Alleasing’s Chief Executive Officer, Alleasing is delighted to be sponsoring and participating in the 2014 Beach Walk for Brain Cancer.

“Brain cancer is said to kill more people in Australia under the age of 40 than any other form of cancer and more children than any other disease,” said Mr Spano.

“Despite these statistics, brain cancer is currently the most underfunded and understudied of all cancers.

“The Alleasing team is pleased to be able to support this cause by participating in and sponsoring an event that helps to raise awareness of the cause and raise money for much needed research.”

If you’d like to take part in the walk register online at http://beachwalkforbraincancer.com/

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