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Lowes celebrates 40 years in business with fundraiser raffle

  • Posted on Tuesday 12th, September 2017.

Lowes Petroleum Service has celebrated 40 years in business by partnering with not-for-profit, MND and Me Foundation, to raise funds for people living with motor neurone disease.

"As part of our celebrations we have partnered with the MND and Me Foundation to raise funds to care and to cure Motor Neurone Disease," the company said.

"Two Australians each day are diagnosed and die from motor neurone disease, with a further 14 people forever affected by the diagnosis. MND and Me focus on four key areas - care, research, awareness and community engagement.

"Lowes is proud to partner with MND and Me to support patients and families during their time of need, to care and to cure. Lowes has been serving regional communities for 40 years, together through the good times and the challenging times."

Lowes was founded in Boggabilla, New South Wales, in 1977 and started business with one driver and a single truck, serving regional Australia.

Earlier this year, Lowes took delivery of a custom-designed truck and four-axle tanker combination from Holmwood Highgate.

Also, the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) announced in August that National Transport Insurance (NTI) would raise funds for an international rigid restoration for a MND and Me Foundation raffle.

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