NSW operator to support cancer charity with new pink Mack

New South Wales truck operator James McDonald of Redimix Concrete, has recently taken delivery of a new custom-painted pink Mack truck he hopes will raise breast cancer awareness.

According to McDonald, he will donate $1.50 to the Tamworth breast cancer support charity – the Serendipity Committee – for each cubic metre of concrete that the new truck carries.

“My own mother has had breast cancer – she’s in remission at the moment – and, just recently, the wife of one of my long-term employees was diagnosed with breast cancer, so it has touched the Redimix team very closely,” he said.
 
“I wanted to do something to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer and something that would help our local support group, the Serendipity Committee, and everyone’s excited to see the final result.”

“The number of Australians diagnosed with breast cancer each year is alarming – more than 13,000 people were diagnosed in 2009 – and it’s an issue that deserves recognition.

The pink Mack Metroliner 8×4 Concrete Agitator will join eight sister trucks in the Redimix fleet.

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