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PR firm is helping raise cash for a defibrillator

Nicola Winn (left) of Creative Bridge with Jo Jerrome, deputy chief executive officer of the Arrhythmia Alliance.

Nicola Winn (left) of Creative Bridge with Jo Jerrome, deputy chief executive officer of the Arrhythmia Alliance.

A Lutterworth area company is offering cash and time to help a lifesaving heart charity.

Creative Bridge, a Bittesby-based PR, design and digital marketing agency, has voted for the Arrhythmia Alliance as its 2014 charity.

The link-up means the PR firm will be raising money for an automatic external defibrillator (AED), a lifesaving device used to shock someone’s heart back into rhythm after a cardiac arrest.

The agency will also donate 50 hours of free work to the charity over the next year.

Nicola Winn, the managing director of Creative Bridge, said: “We are delighted to support such a worthy cause.”

Trudie Lobban, founder and chief executive officer of the Arrhythmia Alliance, added: “Having the services and fundraising of Creative Bridge is a great boost to us.”

Nicola is picture above, left, with Jo Jerrome, the deputy chief executive officer of the

Arrhythmia Alliance.

 
 
 

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