CAT receives award from BEN

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The award was presented at Haymarket's Teddington offices
The award was presented at Haymarket's Teddington offices

CAT Magazine has received an award from the motor industry charity BEN in recognition for its support over the last year.

CAT Editor Peter Lawton, Publisher David Harris, Sales Executive Don Rupal and Reporter Darren Moss were presented with the award by Amanda Clements and Kirsten Galvin of BEN. The charity is giving a number of awards to the people, businesses and organisations which have supported it over the past year.

Peter Lawton said: “The CAT team is honoured and humbled to be recognised with this award. Compared with the huge amount of work done by BEN, CAT has barely scratched the surface with its support of this great automotive charity. We’ll back BEN through 2013 and beyond so that it can continue supporting industry workers and their families.”

To find out more about BEN and the work they do, visit http://www.ben.org.uk/

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