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Nimlok show caring side and assist MS Action Therapy Centre with portable display system

June 2, 2009 |

MS Action Therapy Centre in Walthamstow runs solely on donations. When they approached Nimlok for help with their display system requirements, they were delighted with the response.

MS Action Therapy Centre was started in 1983 and is proud to have been running successfully ever since. Not only is the centre a registered charity that relies solely on donations (no government funding received at all) it is run by people with neurological conditions for people with neurological conditions. The aim is to improve the quality of life for all members and carers through a variety of mainstream and complimentary therapies, exercise, advice and support.

Nimlok are experts in supplying and manufacturing portable display systems, exhibition stand and event solutions. If you want to work with a team of people who are dedicated to their clients, ISO14001 accredited, easy to work with and who take pride in their work, then contact Nimlok.

Nimlok have been working with various charities since their foundation over 40 years ago and were delighted to be able to assist the MS Action Therapy with their request. A portable display system was donated to the registered charity but unfortunately it was incomplete. Dr Amanda Squires, from the charity, contacted Nimlok to ask them for the parts to make the panel system work. That way they could be used at future exhibitions that they regularly attend. She was thrilled at the answer from Client Manager Jackie Moore from Nimlok; – “Just to confirm we are going to supply, free of charge, the following items to go with the panels you have been given: Poles, Bases, Clips and Carry bags”.

Nimlok support their own local charity each year so they are always keen to assist with the good works of others whenever they can.

It’s encouraging to know that there is still some good being done amongst the negativity that is constantly in the news.

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