The Underfloor Heating Manufacturers Association have invited REHAU to take part in an attempt to break the world record for the highest number of fundraisers to jump in tandem over a 24 hour period.
The members of staff from REHAU will jump 15,000 feet from planes over Devon’s Honiton airfield.
Taking part is REHAU’s Technical Manager for Underfloor Heating, Franz Huelle, its Business Unit Manager for Heating and Plumbing, Rob Ewels and Tom Hunter, the company’s Technical Engineer for Cable Management.
They will be joined by 6 of their colleagues from REHAU’s headquarters in Ross on Wye.
The team hope to break the current record of 281 by targeting 333 fundraisers to complete the jump.
The mammoth charity skydive has been organised to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
With the aim of raising as much money for the cause as possible, REHAU’s team have opened a JustGiving page, where friends, colleagues and customers can sponsor them.
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