Firms take part to raise money for Fareham-based charity Rainbow Centre

Daily Echo: Business leaders thrown into jail in charity stunt Business leaders thrown into jail in charity stunt

BUSINESS leaders across Hampshire were thrown into jail for a good cause.

Six took part in the fake ‘arrest’ by an off-duty police officer as part of a bid to raise funds for the Fareham-based charity Rainbow Centre.

Pretend prisoners included Southampton’s Ray Khan from Khan Morris Accountants Limited, Steve Godwin from Portland Business Support & Advice, Edyta Swiecka from the Grand Café, Paul Goddard from Quantuma Restructuring, Mark Finlayson from Next Communications and Steve Bimpson from Marketing, Mentoring, Motivation.

Each had their fingerprints taken and had to try to raise £500 each to get released.


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