ESP Solutions Group attended the Moreton Bay College Foundation Sports Lunch on Friday 12th of September. The annual MBC Sports Lunch is not only a fantastic afternoon of fun and entertainment, it also raises money for the schools sporting facilities. This year the funds went towards upgrading the MBC swimming pool and surrounding areas to better accommodate MBC’s future swim stars. This year’s event featured a couple of very funny and inspirational speeches by Reds and Wallabies player, Ben Daley and Olympic Gold and Bronze Medal winner, Natalie Cook. Picture above: Ben Daley (left) and Natalie Cook (right) the Keynote Speakers at the 2014 Sports Lunch. Picture below: Jessica Cole (ESP Solutions Co-ordinator), Ben Daley (Reds and Wallabies) and Tony Kilroy (ESP Service Manager) at the 2014 MBC Sports Lunch.
Michael Hovey competed in the Wilson Security Sandown 500 on the 13th and 14th of September. He drove in all 3 races and placed 11th, 10th and 13th respectively adding to his GT Trophy tally, which now positions him in 3rd place with 314 points. Michael will race in New Zealand next for round 6 of the Australian GT series at the brand new Highlands Motorsport Park on November 8th and 9th. Good luck Michael. Picture: In pit lane – the ESP Solutions Group & Triffid sponsored Porsche, driven by Michael Hovey.
ESP Solutions Group proudly supports Michael Hovey as he competes in the Australian GT Championships this year. Finishing in 3rd place in the Trophy Class and 8th overall out of 24 cars at the recent Castrol Townsville 500 round. With 2 more rounds coming up, both with the V8 Supercars at Sydney Motorsport Park 400, Sydney and then the Wilson Security 500 at Sandown in Melbourne the finish line is near. To finish off the season Michael and the team will travel to Queenstown NZ to Highlands Race Track for a 3 hour endurance race. Picture: Birdseye view from pit lane of the ESP Solutions Group & Triff’d sponsored Porsche, driven by Michael Hovey.
ESP Solutions Group was the proud sponsor to this years Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld) BITTT Event. This major fundraising event helps raise vital funds for Alzheimer’s Australia and the fight against dementia. The BITTT event was hosted by Alzheimer’s Australia Ambassador, Ita Buttrose, AO, OBE and 4BC radio presenter, Patrick Condren. Over 52,000 people in Queensland have been diagnosed with dementia, which is already the third leading cause of death in Australia after heart disease and stroke. Alzheimer’s Australia (Qld)’s mission is to reduce the impact of dementia in the community. Join ESP Solutions Group and show your support for people living with dementia by visiting www.bringittothetable.com.au. The ABC’s Australian Story program will air, ‘Can you really live with dementia?’ by Lyndall Bell, featuring Christine Bryden on 30th June 2014.