Bridgestone Mandurah sell blue valve caps for the Leukaemia Foundation

Robbie Meredith, Ian Ware, Gavin McCarthy and Tim Corby Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au   d487223
Robbie Meredith, Ian Ware, Gavin McCarthy and Tim Corby Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d487223

BRIDGESTONE Select Mandurah is getting behind an iniative to fund research into beating blood cancer.

The store will be selling specially designed blue valve caps, with all funds directly going to research.

Motorists are being urged to turn Australian roads blue in order to show support for the Leukaemia Foundation, with the aim of raising funds and awareness for the charity.

Bridgestone Select Mandurah is selling specially designed blue valve caps in the lead up to the Leukaemia Foundation’s nationwide Light the Night events.

Mandurah store owner Adam Lewis continues to be overwhelmed by the level of support the local community puts behind the Leukaemia Foundation fundraiser.

“We take great pride in selling these blue valve caps each year, knowing that it directly supports the 35 people per day who are diagnosed with a form of blood cancer,” he said.

A Light the Night event will be at Adventurescape Playground, South Yunderup on October 26 from 5.30pm