ONE of Scotland’s leading independent employment law, HR and health and safety firms has raised thousands of pounds for a North-east cancer charity.
Empire, which is headquartered in Aberdeen and also has offices in Glasgow, teamed up with chartered accountants, Hall Morrice, to host a quiz night at NOX nightclub in Aberdeen on Thursday 21 November.
The event raised almost £4,600 for CLAN Cancer Support, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
27 teams pitted their wits against each other, with a side from co-hosts, Hall Morrice, crowned champions.
In addition to the questions, there was a charity auction, half-time stovies and live entertainment from local singer, Paul Black.
Managing director at Empire, and quizmaster on the night, Steve Cook, said:
“The quiz night was a roaring success and I am extremely pleased that we raised thousands of pounds for CLAN.
“CLAN does some fantastic work in the North-east for anyone affected by cancer and I am delighted to be able to do my bit for such an important charity.”
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