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CCF crowns trade superhero

Tim was crowned victorious after an independent panel of judges read about his superhero efforts to fix a drain in time for a children’s Christingle Service, and freeing a toddler who was locked inside a house – all in the same day.

L-R: Tim Bryant and CCF Exeter Branch Manager – Stuart Mainwaring.
L-R: Tim Bryant and CCF Exeter Branch Manager – Stuart Mainwaring.

 

The competition, which was launched as part of the CCF Insulation Campaign with top suppliers Celotex, Isover, Kingspan, Knauf Insulation and Rockwool, that invited trade professionals to share what makes them a superhero.

 

Tim Bryant, winner of the CCF Trade Superhero competition, said: “I’m not sure I’m quite a superhero but more like being the right guy in the right place at the right time. I am thrilled that CCF felt I was deserving enough of this award and to be making a difference in my everyday job. I’m also really looking forward to making fantastic memories with my wife and children in New York City this May.”

 

Tessa Cocksedge, Marketing Manager at CCF, said: “The competition was very fierce and we had lots of impressive superhero stories, but our judges felt that Tim, who came to the rescue not once but twice in one day, really demonstrated what being a Trade Superhero is all about. CCF is committed to being there for the trade who are there in-turn for their own customers.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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Home / News / CCF crowns trade superhero

CCF crowns trade superhero

Tim Byrant was crowned victorious after an independent panel of judges read about his superhero efforts to fix a drain in time for a children’s Christingle Service, and freeing a toddler who was locked inside a house – all in the same day.

L-R: Tim Bryant and CCF Exeter Branch Manager – Stuart Mainwaring.
L-R: Tim Bryant and CCF Exeter Branch Manager – Stuart Mainwaring.

 

The competition, which was launched as part of the CCF Insulation Campaign with top suppliers Celotex, Isover, Kingspan, Knauf Insulation and Rockwool, that invited trade professionals to share what makes them a superhero.

 

Tim Bryant, winner of the CCF Trade Superhero competition, said: “I’m not sure I’m quite a superhero but more like being the right guy in the right place at the right time. I am thrilled that CCF felt I was deserving enough of this award and to be making a difference in my everyday job. I’m also really looking forward to making fantastic memories with my wife and children in New York City this May.”

 

Tessa Cocksedge, Marketing Manager at CCF, said: “The competition was very fierce and we had lots of impressive superhero stories, but our judges felt that Tim, who came to the rescue not once but twice in one day, really demonstrated what being a Trade Superhero is all about. CCF is committed to being there for the trade who are there in-turn for their own customers.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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