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Stanstead based Castle Lotus announced that will raise money for charity this Christmas through Lotus online sales by teaming up with internet shopping portal TheGivingMachine. The Lotus online sales consist of a variety of Lotus models ranging from toy and model cars to the real thing.


Ian Cunningham of Castle Lotus said, “Were delighted to be involved in this initiative to help the wider community. Christmas is about giving and were happy to donate 2.25% of the price of a Lotus bought via TheGivingMachine to good causes selected by our customers.”



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Stanstead based Castle Lotus is taking a new and innovative approach to supporting charity this Christmas by teaming up with internet shopping portal TheGivingMachine to sell Lotus cars online.


Internet shopping is massively popular, and never more so than at Christmas so it’s refreshing to learn that there is a way of shopping online whilst contributing to your favorite school or charity.

Institute of Fundraising members TheGivingMachine (TGM) tap into the multi-billion pound online retail market by providing a very special incentive to shoppers. 100 leading retailers are accessible through TGM and each time a sale is made the merchant donates money for a school or charity of the purchasers choice.


A variety of Lotus are available and range from toy and model cars to the real thing! Castle Lotus and the TGM have an agreement that for each Lotus purchase by a TGM shopper a donation of 2.25% will be made to charity, and with on the road prices ranging from 24,500 to 45,000, that is a sizeable contribution!


Ian Cunningham of Castle Lotus said, “Were delighted to be involved in this initiative to help the wider community. Christmas is about giving and were happy to donate 2.25% of the price of a Lotus bought via TheGivingMachine to good causes selected by our customers.”


Richard Morris, co-founder of TGM bought his own Lotus Elite from the sports-car dealer in Stansted and explained, “Were seeing a huge explosion in online shopping and luxury purchases are no exception. Selling a Lotus online is a great way to publicize TheGivingMachine and as we operate a percentage donation system high value products such as these could also raise a significant amount for UK charities and schools.”


   
   

 

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