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Westcon's Funrazor event helping child cancer cause

06 Nov 12

Westcon is entering its third year of participating in the Funrazor head shave event to raise money for the Child Cancer Foundation.

The distributor is once again putting a team together to shave their heads for charity, with the event scheduled for December 14 at their Auckland office.

By shaving their heads for charity, Westcon are helping raise the $5 million required each year for child and family support services.

The team shaving their heads so far are:

Cliff Chapman
David Hook
Jason Hole
John East
Kee Song
Mark Baker
Russell Andrews &
Ryan Watts

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