28 September 2020
A lockdown project for the 11-year-old son of Bradley Bray, Director of air conditioning and refrigeration distributor Evomart, has raised £600 for a children’s charity.
Nate-James Bray used his artistic skills to customise a CPS Products recovery machine at Evomart in Aldermaston, near Reading, and photographs of the design on social media created such interest that it was decided to raffle the unit in aid of Naomi House and Jacks Place hospices in Winchester, Hampshire.
The winner was Damon Butler, who ordered on behalf of CPS Products.
Nate-James created and edited a video to showcase the project, which can be viewed here: https://lnkd.in/dhUNb9D