Mission Motorsport Launches New Facility with Help from Thakeham22nd December 2015
Proud to be involved
The launch event was held in blazing sunshine amongst many of those who have helped complete this incredible project and some who are firmly associated with Mission Motorsport and their invaluable work.
So far this charity has helped hundreds of men and women who leave our armed forces either sick, wounded or injured and now will continue to do so, long into the future. The moto is to Race, Retrain, Recover – with the renovations in place for the new print and vinyl facility plus the new training centre, this can only be a spring board for the futures of our ex-servicemen and women.
Photo: James Cameron, Founder and CEO, gives his thanks to all involved in both the training and livery facilities and most importantly to the ex service men and women that have benefitted from Mission Motorsport.
A Legacy for the Future
Thakeham and an army of contractors and suppliers donated their time and materials to complete the works that were needed at the new print and vinyl facility.
On behalf of everyone at Thakeham, we would like to thank all that worked on this project, to be a part of something as inspirational as Mission Motorsport and leave a legacy for the future is something to be very proud of.
Thakeham will continue, wherever possible, to support Mission Motorsport in their quest to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of those affected by military operations, by providing opportunities through Motorsport.
The Start of a Long Lasting Relationship
From left to right: Jeff Hills, Thakeham; James Cameron, Mission Motorsport; David Coleman, Mission Motorsport; Rob Boughton, Thakeham; Adam Marchant-Wincott, Mission Motorsport