O&H Vehicle Conversions have helped raise funds for the charitable organisation The Ambulance Heritage Society at this year’s Ambulex event.
Ambulex is the UK’s premier exhibition event for NHS, private and volunteer ambulance services held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. The event has been running for the last five years, but this is the first time it has been staged at the football stadium.
Over 1,200 people attended the two day event, which ran on the 10th and 11th July and featured more than 70 different suppliers of ambulances, ambulance support, accessible and community vehicles, as well as running a number of workshops to inform and educate attendees.
As one of the UK’s leading vehicle converters, specialising in Patient Transport Service ambulances, front line A&E ambulances and Wheelchair Access Vehicles, O&H Vehicle Conversions were one of the companies attending the event.
During the event, the Goole based company ran a name the name the bear competition in aid of the Ambulance Heritage Society. Around a hundred names were entered the competition, helping to raise around £330 for the organisation.
The winner of the competition was Paul Croom from VCS Ltd based in Huddersfield, who chose the winning name, Ethel. Paul was announced as the winner during the Amblulex event and was presented with his prize by O&H’s Managing Director, Kevin Wheatman.
Workwear Express have worked closely with O&H Vehicle Conversions providing them with a number of embroidered uniforms as well as embroidering the top worn by the teddy bear, both of which can be seen in the picture provided.
The products were embroidered using Workwear Express’s in-house professional embroidery machines, which use over 60 heads to produce more than 2,500 garments every hour.
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